Projects

Learn more about i-Activism’s work through our projects.

Visiting the Camps

i-ACT has been visiting the refugee camps in Eastern Chad since 2005. Our expeditions are an opportunity for interactive activism — where anybody can connect to Darfur refugees on a personal level through videos, images, and blog posts. Learn more…

Little Ripples

i-ACT is partnering with NGOs, Universities and teachers to create early childhood education in the Darfuri Refugee Camps of Eastern Chad. Learn more…

Darfur United

Darfur United is an all-refugee soccer team and youth academy made up of Darfuri refugees living in camps in Eastern Chad. Not only is Darfur United an opportunity for the refugees to represent their people and play, it is also a movement – a movement to bring hope, inspiration, and joy to the displaced people of Darfur.  Learn more…

Carl Wilkens Fellowship

A selective program that aims to give a diverse cohort of individuals at every level of experience the tools and resources to build unique programs and sustained political will to end mass atrocities. Learn more…

Pazocalo

Pazocalo fosters communication between victims and survivors from Darfur, living in remote and unconnected areas, and concerned individuals and communities. Learn more…

Camp Darfur

Camp Darfur is an interactive educational event that brings attention to the ongoing genocide in Darfur, Sudan, and gives individuals the opportunity to discover their own power to make a difference. Learn more…

My Home

MY HOME: A Walk Through Children’s Memories of Darfur takes you through children’s journeys, a walk from a home that was destroyed. MY HOME is a multi-media exhibit. Learn more…

R2E: Human Rights Mobile Library

provides a space and the materials for refugee students to learn about human rights and their right to education! Learn more…