REFUGEE-LED SOLUTIONS.

Help break the cycle of violence for communities affected by mass atrocities. Support iACT’s work to identify new solutions that can be co-created, managed, and led by refugees.

REFUGEE-LED SOLUTIONS.

Help break the cycle of violence for communities affected by mass atrocities. Support iACT’s work to identify new solutions that can be co-created, managed, and led by refugees.

OUR MISSION

iACT provides humanitarian action to aid, empower, and extend hope to those affected by mass atrocities.

ONE EVENING
THAT KICKSTARTS
A YEAR OF
CHANGE

May 5, 2018, 6pm
Smoky Hollow Studios
El Segundo, CA

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17 years

is the average length of stay for a refugee in a refugee camp

304,650

Darfur refugees living in eastern Chad

21 million

refugees worldwide

12

refugee camps in eastern Chad

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UPDATES

The Joy and Magic of Soccer, Football!

In all the refugee camps I've visited over the last 13 years, soccer—or football, as it's called around the world—has a unique and special power to bring joy, unity, and even hope to people that have experienced and continue to live with extreme trauma and stress. I...

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Infusing the Little Ripples Curriculum with Burundian Culture

Today, we began our work in a different camp in Tanzania—Nduta Refugee Camp. In Nduta Camp, we are training 25 refugee men and women as early childhood care and development teachers in four centers supported by Plan International. These new teachers are being trained...

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The Value of a Refugee

If you had to give it a number, what percentage of your daily life activities do you have control over? For a group of Burundian refugees living in Nduta camp in northwest Tanzania, that number is 20%. It is an overwhelmingly low number. They do not have control over...

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