Editor’s Note: This blog originally appeared on iactivism.org i-ACT visited the “new arrival” area in refugee camp Goz Amer. Over 2,000
As Darfur is experiencing a dramatic spike in violence on the tenth anniversary of the crisis, Susan Rice and Samantha Power
I have been saying this quite often, where it has become something of a mantra for this trip. In Tchad (as
The i-ACT team visits Camp Kounoungo. Gabriel meets up with his old friends Jacoub and Fatne.
The i-ACT team spent the last day in camp Goz Amer working on multiple projects that will improve education and connect
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The i-ACT team finally arrives in Kou Kou, the forward operating base for UNHCR in Camp Goz Amer.
The i-ACT 11 team introduces themselves and talks about their mission.
i-ACT is departing on its eleventh expedition to Eastern Chad to bring technology, educational materials, and sports equipment to Darfuri refugees
Last December, we started iOnGround: Darfur Refugee Journalism. iOnGround puts cameras in the hands of refugees and communities displaced by violence.