Eglise Evangélique de la République du Niger (EERN) is sharing the Good News of Jesus in a nation with few followers of Jesus. EERN’s Niger Outreach is training church planters and pastors, establishing churches and helping people groups like the Hausa, Djerma, Fulani and Tuareg gain access to clean water, improved hygiene and sanitation, education, health initiatives and medical care. 



Your gift to EERN’s Niger Outreach supports their frontier mission efforts among least-reached people groups, including church planting, health and educational initiatives throughout Niger. DONATE NOW



Church Planter Support
Funds for this project support church planters and their families as they share the Good News and establish churches in rural areas of Niger. DONATE NOW

Primary School Scholarships
EERN provides primary school education as one of their key strategies for sharing the Gospel with Niger’s least-reached peoples. Funds for this project provides scholarships for children in Niger who can’t otherwise afford tuition fees at EERN schools, where they receive an excellent education and have the chance to hear about God’s love for them. Scholarship funds also allow children of church planters to attend boarding school while their families live in rural villages without access to education. DONATE NOW

Frontier Fellowship regularly facilitates virtual and in-person vision trips to see firsthand how God is at work through our global partners. Click here for updated information and available opportunities.

Informed intercession is vital to frontier mission. Through prayer, we partner with God as He changes hearts and crosses borders. Visit our Pray page to view and download our prayer guides, or to join our prayer team.

Our team of mobilizers is ready to help you engage with the Eglise Evangélique de la République du Niger. To take the next step in your frontier mission journey, contact us here.


This partnership is characterized by great joy. Over the years, the capacity of EERN’s Niger Outreach has grown and new facilities have been built, furthering their influence throughout Niger. Churches have been planted in outlying villages, scholarships have enabled countless students to receive quality education and many have heard and responded to the Gospel!