A short video featuring some of our tour through the schools of Djabal.
This week, Nelson Mandela, Kofi Annan, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other members of “The Elders” released statements calling for peace in Sudan. Archbishop Tutu said: “This is a critical time for the people of Sudan and the African continent. I pray that voting will be peaceful, but if things go badly, it’s likely that there […]
Rahma was so excited to receive a camera for the day. He enthusiastically taught his sister, Zaineb, and Bashir how to use the ‘quick camera’ (still camera), as they call it, and Bashar to use a video camera. The quick cameras, like most found in the United States, also record video, but we thought to […]
Haboba means Grandmother. Ha-Boo-Ba. I love the sound of it. You can’t help but smile when you say it. Today we met Khaltouma’s grandmother, Hawa, and yesterday we met Rahma’s grandmother. She is blind and lives with a young girl who takes care of her. We looked for Raouda and her grandmother, Hassayna. In the […]
There has been an ongoing discussion between Rahma, his friends and our team. Rahma’s favorite team is Real Madrid. In his hut, he showed us posters of the team, and today he wears the jersey. He prefers Real Madrid over Barcelona because of Cristiano Rinaldo, “He is the best player, for me. Maybe not for […]