Gabriel and the team visit Guisma’s family in camp Djabal. She has grown a lot since Gabriel first met her but
A short video blog from Goz Beida in eastern Chad.
My return trip to Chad has been a bit surreal. The last time I was here, I was evacuated from my
The i-ACT 11 team introduces themselves and talks about their mission.
Despite their best efforts, the team is still stuck in N’Djamena after some airplane trouble. On top of that, it looks
After almost seven years of Darfur activism, what are we doing wrong? The people I first met in harsh refugee camps
Last December, we started iOnGround: Darfur Refugee Journalism. iOnGround puts cameras in the hands of refugees and communities displaced by violence.
i-ACT team members Gabriel, James, and Estelle depart on Saturday March 19th for i-ACT’s tenth trip to the Darfuri refugee camps
After sitting here for a while in my comfortable living room, fingers hovering over my keyboard, I tried eagerly to come
There is much excitement as i-ACT 10 gets ready to depart. This trip feels very special to the team because we