G’s Journal—day 5 Today was travel day! I’m trying to sound excited, but I most definitely much prefer to have visiting friends in camps day than having to run and wait to move from one town to the next and then to the next. You know, today it was not all bad. The waiting was […]
Category: Day 5: Jan 23, 2008
Katie-Jay and Gabriel leave Guereda for Goz Beida. Along the way, they remember the wonderful people they met at Camp Kounoungou and Camp Mile.
We bring you video from camps in eastern Chad, but everyday, internally displaced Darfurians are still under attack. El Geniena, in southern Darfur, has been under fire since early January. A majority of villages in Darfur have been burned and abandoned but you have a chance to advocate for the few left that are in the most danger today. Please visit Amnesty International’s Eyes On Darfur and take action today to save those who need your voice. Visit the villages and take action.
A New Part of Me
Day 5 “Bonjour” Rene calls from kitchen as I wonder in for my morning café. This might be the last of the café until we reach N’Djamena. I savor the last sips of it while I pack my bags, well, I pack half a bag of my personal belongings and repack our three backpacks and […]
More pictures from today
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