On January 15, 2016, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights issued a statement about the developing situation in Burundi. In
The i-ACT team finally arrives in Kou Kou, the forward operating base for UNHCR in Camp Goz Amer.
For the last nine days, I’ve been going to refugee camps where an overwhelming percentage of them go without proper nutrition,
The Governor of the Region de Dila, a large area in Eastern Chad around the town of Goz Beida, drinks Coke
Busy N’Djamena day for the team. Busy and good. The streets of this capital city look so different from earlier trips.
We are lucky that we get to visit the camps in person. It is such a privilage to be part of
I was about to write, “It seems so long ago that I was planning for the first i-ACT Expedition,” but, it
4:00am – I woke up way too early and could not go back to sleep. The alarm was set for 5:15
Today was a bit of deja vu as we retuned to the UNHCR compound to get our filming permits. We made
N’Djamena (NDJ), Chad is an interesting city, which has changed quite drastically over the last year. Many more streets are paved,