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
The i-ACT team spent the last day in camp Goz Amer working on multiple projects that will improve education and connect
Mothers, fathers, and teachers have been telling me that they can only maintain hope because of the hope their children represent.
The team returns to camp Goz Amer and is welcomed by old friends.
It’s never simple, even on our eleventh trip. It took us about 24 hours to make it to N’Djamena, the capital
I’ve definitely become more openly emotional since I started traveling to the refugee camps three years ago. I tend to feel
On our first day in camp Goz Amer we had a wonderfully deep and thoughtful conversation with several camp leaders and