iACT provides humanitarian action to aid, empower, and extend hope to those affected by mass atrocities.
As a result of our programs, hundreds of male and female refugees are trained and employed to adapt and lead education, sports, and human rights programs in their communities.
MAY 13th 2017
Los Angeles, CA
is the average length of stay for a refugee in a refugee camp
Darfur refugees living in eastern Chad
refugee camps in eastern Chad
Your support is an investment in iACT’s ideas, people, and belief that humanitarian aid can meet the needs of refugees while being dynamic, refugee-led, transparent, and impactful.
What can I teach them about peace, helping, and sharing? As I'm sitting in a training with twenty-nine Darfuri refugee women, I am hit with the absurdity that I—Gabriel coming from the beaches of Southern California—am presenting to them—young women that as girls saw...read more
This is something I love about iACT and iACT’s model of work. We don’t see “our” programs as belonging to iACT as an official organization. “Our” programs are “ours” because “we” are made up of refugees and non-refugees alike.read more
Government officials from around the world came to visit refugees—and left. Celebrities came—and left. Journalists came—and left. Many of the big humanitarian organizations came—and left. The remaining ones are operating on drastically insufficient budgets—and are, essentially, in the process of leaving.read more