Doesn’t this food look mouth-watering? This was one of the meals served at a Little Ripples Pond in camp Djabal, eastern Chad. The two women in green are the cooks at this particular Pond, and they are truly skilled at making sure all these kids are well fed at school! Let’s listen in to Gabriel, iACT’s Founding Executive Director, as he talks about his food envy.
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Sara-Christine Dallain and Kelsey Dalrymple At a time when the world is experiencing the highest levels of displacement on record, it is critical for NGOs, large and small, to create dynamic partnerships when responding to and addressing the complex needs of refugee...read more
On May 5th, the iACT community came together at our annual event, One Strong Kick, to celebrate our accomplishments and commit to doing even more toward achieving our mission to provide humanitarian action to aid, empower, and extend hope to those affected by mass...read more
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