This week the Obama Administration has brought together key signatories and over 30 countries in Washington to discuss the fate of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in Sudan. John Norris, Executive Director of ENOUGH Project, noted recently, “One of the key problems with the CPA to date has been the fact that the parties to […]
Category: Day 9: June 23, 2009
There is so much joy in seeing our family in the camps, and also so much sadness that comes with knowing their stories. After all the crazy days to prepare for World Refugee Day events, we finally get to sit with our friends and enjoy the simple parts of life, like drawing pictures.
I know the name of three. I feel bad that I did not ask the name of the fourth. Marymouda is the last one. The first and second were Issa and Abrahim. The third died on his mother’s back, as she, Adef and remaining siblings escaped from Darfur. They have lost four children in six […]
We have a days rest in Abeche before three of our team members move on to Guereda where Camp Kounoungo is located, and one, Eric, begins is several day journey back to Los Angeles. It doesn’t seem like a break. I feel more restless today then any other day since our arrival in Chad. There […]