Posted on behalf of Chann Noun, a survivor of the Cambodian genocide. Hi everyone, After having gone through an extremely terrible
Update: Darfur refugees who have been waiting for three weeks at the border of Chad-Sudan are being relocated to existing refugee
Before leaving California to embark on this journey (and that’s the word that most fits for my trips out to the
We have finally arrived out to Eastern Chad. It has been an experience to say the least.. To get out of
Jenny Byelick from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s Action Darfur wrote to us about their experience bringing Camp Darfur to campus
Sorry for posting my journal entries late! Over the past few days I’ve posted entries for all days except day 9.
Air France flight, LA to Paris, 10:52pm (SPT) I switched malaria pills. On my first two trips to Chad, to the
Hello friends y familia:We’re getting ready to go back to the Chad-Darfur border and visit the refugee camps. Since being there
Video Summary People gather outside the Sudanese embassy in Washington, DC to show their support for those from Darfur who continue
It’s not enough. I’ve heard that short sentence on both of my trips to these refugee camps on the Chad-Darfur border.