Many people still ask, Who or What is Darfur? I know that each and every one of us has at least 10 friends who, if we broached the subject, would ask just that. Here is your chance to invite them to learn about Darfur in 5 minutes. Email this short description (or write your own) […]
Category: Day 10: June 24, 2009
Can’t seem to engage your friends in Darfur? Watch the video, post it to your facebook, myspace, twitter, or other social networks. It’s a simple way for you to reach them!
“We run with only the clothes on our body, nothing else.” I’m trying to go through the day thinking of that first day story I have heard over and over again, the escape from Darfur. Today, I am fasting water-only. The people fleeing their village do not have time to grab provisions for the long […]
Today I parted ways with the rest of the i-ACT team. They went on to Camp Kounoungo via Guereda, and I continued my journey home via N’Djamena. I am a little sad that the team has parted ways, and lot sad that my time with Rahma, Ali, Abdulhaziz, Suliman, Adef, Achta, little serious-man Abdelmouni, Guisma, […]
We traveled today from Abeche to Guereda on a small humanitarian aid plane piloted by two South Africans. The one giving the security overview had quite a sense of humor and after almost every precaution would chuckle and say, “hope we don’t need that.” Once in Guereda we were able to connect to a wifi […]