“My heart hearts” she says when I ask about returning. She describes her burnt village, and the pain she feels when she thinks of all those she has lost.
On our first day in camp Goz Amer we had a wonderfully deep and thoughtful conversation with several camp leaders and teachers. These leaders are worldly, yet they feel like they are stuck on an island. Here are a few things that struck me as reasons Why Darfur… “Education is not just important for Darfuris […]
This was my first visit to Goz Amer camp. It felt so different than any other camp. Each camp really has it’s own feel to it, just as each urban city in America or Europe does. We visited with the schools first snapping photos, greeting teachers, and getting our first chance to walk the camp. […]
For our last day in the camps we would love to share with the Darfuris of Camp Goz Amer your messages to them. Leave your personal note or comment to them below and we will pass it on during our last day in the camps!