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.

IMPACT

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.

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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

ACTION

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.

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Dr. Elliot Salloway Fund for Empathy

Elliot’s Fund for Empathy will support iACT programs that use empathy and compassion as a core principle for social change.

UPDATES

How We Work With Refugees

I was going to come out once, visit refugees, and help—even if in a tiny way—to tell their stories. We wanted to put a face on the numbers of dead, displaced, and surviving people of Darfur. We wanted to make it personal. I’m at the end of our 30th trip to these...

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The Privilege of Thinking About Food, But Never Worrying

Food. I always think about food when out here. On each of the 30 trips I’ve taken to this region, I have lost between 10 and 19 pounds. I eat less than half the calories I normally eat. I regain most of the weight when I go back home to my big meals. What a privilege...

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