G’s Journal–Day 2 – 24 March 2009 – N’Djamena We woke up to find the city enveloped by a strange fog.
23 March 2009 12:04pm N’Djamena We took a way-too-expensive taxi ride from our hotel to UNHCR headquarters this morning. The ride
For most in the United States, November is a month to give thanks. On Thanksgiving Day, we gather at our homes
Download a printable copy Husna Head of Household Camp Oure Cassoni Sudanese Husna carries the blue UNHCR card which states how
We spent seven days straight in Camp Oure Cassoni and not once did we see a person or a family eating.
“We have our own in the car,” we say, so that we don’t offend the women that want to give us
Our little room at the UNHCR compound is far from luxurious, but it’s close to comfortable. We have beds with foam
Greetings JWW! Today we showed your video to a small group of women in Camp Oure Cassoni. Aziza showed us how
“The women are really suffering here, more than other camps,” Bouba says to me as we walk past the second school
The airport is quiet and calm when we enter. I’m worried about our weight, and also Bouba, who will be taking