Wow! Hello to Everyone, Wow, it’s been so hard to get to Abeche! Last night was very chaotic with a lot of difficult decisions. Ali found a car and driver to get all three of us to Abeche. It is a 15 to 17 hour drive through very barren desert and most NGO’s stop for […]
Category: Day 3: Dec 23, 2006
Gabriel and Stacey meet with Dr. Ashis Brahma, one of the last doctors to leave a particular refugee camp. They talk about the refugees, the increase in violence, transport between N’djamena and Abeche, the life path he chose, and the effectiveness of person to person connections.
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Tension at our doorstep
Hey friends y familia: Last night Stacey and I had a some moments of tension and adrenaline rush, combined with a little fear, even if it might have fabricated by our overly-active brains and tired bodies. First there were black out that would come and go a few times. Then there was what sounded like […]