Haleyma, now twenty-one, was twelve years old when she started first grade of primary school—a week after she arrived in refugee camp Goz Amer. She was very afraid to come to the camp because people
In preparing for the opening of the first Little Ripples early childhood education center, the i-ACT team met with community and tribe leaders from various camp “neighborhoods” or sectors. They also met
Play will happen anywhere and everywhere, no matter what’s available or not. It’s universal! Here, a young Darfuri refugee girl playing Jacks.
i-ACT is supporting programs in the camps