Most of our first full day in the capital was spent at the UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugees) doing
We have all been quite active here in Goz Beida, Chad the last few days. Anyone following the website is well
Abdulaziz had a small plate with cookies at the end of our live event with DC. UNHCR brought some for the
When I was younger, and voicing my concerns about a situation, I would whine, “It’s not fair.” And my mother would
It feels a little strange to say that I have come here five times now in less than two years. Even
As always, it’s quite an adventure just to make it even close to a camp. It is now June 14th here.
It’s 3:26 AM in N’Djamena right now. Today we went to the UNHCR building to submit our paperwork to get all
For today—Sunday’s—action, we are reverting to what feels symbolic and trivial, compared to what is happening to the people of Darfur.
Dear friends and family, Our journey from Abeche to Goz Beida was a smooth one. At Goz Beida, we received again
From a distance Camp Djabal looks more like a large village on the outskirts of Goz Beida. Traditional huts or tukuls