“We’re looking for a teacher named Adam,” I asked the first man we saw, when we arrived at a refugee camp
The i-ACT team visits Camp Kounoungo. Gabriel meets up with his old friends Jacoub and Fatne.
Many people still ask, Who or What is Darfur? I know that each and every one of us has at least
There are about 8 cars in our convoy to Camp Kounoungo this morning. Ten people in our Toyota which has a
Today I parted ways with the rest of the i-ACT team. They went on to Camp Kounoungo via Guereda, and I
We traveled today from Abeche to Guereda on a small humanitarian aid plane piloted by two South Africans. The one giving
We have a days rest in Abeche before three of our team members move on to Guereda where Camp Kounoungo is
Last time we were in Camp Kounoungo, Adam thanked the American people for taking action, but encouraged us to do more.
Feels strange to be back in the same airport, headed back to the same city that I left by military plane
Only weeks ago, we were enveloped into the eyes of Fatna (view video here) as she described bombs falling from the