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.

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OUR MISSION

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

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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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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.

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