G’s Journal—Day 9 Our plan was 10 days of i-ACT, but today is day 9 already, and we still have three days left in camps before returning to N’Djamena on our way home. The last day will be in Camp Gaga, where little Leila lives. I haven’t asked the rest of the team, but I’m […]
Category: Day 9: Jan 27, 2008
Gabriel is back in Camp Farchana for the fourth time and learns that Mansur and Darsalam are now back in Darfur. Katie-Jay meets with Fatma who tells her how she fled from Darfur. En Français »
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This was our first day in camp Farchana and it couldn’t have been more exciting. Below is 20 minute video that only covers about half of what occurred. We will try an play catch up tomorrow and keep you up to speed with the amazing developments. Your Loving Eastern Chad Global Citizens!
Day 9 Her eyes are deeper than I imagined from the pictures and the video. Her pain more apparent with every word she speaks. She becomes solemn as she describes the day she left. The day her husband and 60 others from her village were killed. She walked 20 days with her 7 children with […]
My own two hands
Joshua and Jeremiah’s touching video from today. More at Abundant News