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.
Head Scarf Design Contest
If your submission is selected for the Little Ripples headscarf, your design will be worn by dozens of refugee women from Darfur, the Central African Republic, and South Sudan, as well as by supporters and donors of Little Ripples in the U.S. and globally!
iACT strongly condemns President Trump’s Executive order. Refusing refuge to those escaping violence and oppression is wrong and counterproductive.read more
iACT believes in human dignity, and we work to build programs #withrefugees that help them reclaim the dignity lost as they fled targeted violence in their home countries and settled in refugee camps.read more
I cannot imagine a country, in this day and age with all we have learned, where we do not work to the best of our ability to be a place of compassion and refuge.read more