The flag of Niger features three horizontal bands of orange, white, and green from top to bottom. The orange band represents the Sahara Desert, covering much of Niger’s territory. It symbolizes the country’s northern region and its unique geographical features. The white band signifies purity and innocence, reflecting Niger’s desire for peace and unity. The green band represents the fertile regions in the southern part of the country, as well as hope and prosperity. In the center of the white band lies an orange circle representing the sun, symbolizing independence and courage for the Nigerien people. This emblem serves as a powerful symbol of national identity and resilience.