Sara-Christine Dallain

Sara-Christine is Director of Programs for i-ACT. She holds a Masters Public Health degree from the University of California Los Angeles. She has previously worked on health and development projects in Kenya, Senegal and southern Chad. She is currently on the board of directors for The Chad Relief Foundation as well as the ConIFA Director of Cultural and Youth Exchanges.

For Refugees from CAR, Life Doesn’t Stop

For Refugees from CAR, Life Doesn’t Stop

Together, the coaches are doing all they can both through the Academy and their ideas—which include wanting to provide ongoing soccer training for girls and women who age out of the Academy—to ensure children and youth have a safe space to learn, play, and foster hope.

“It’s like a vacation.”

“It’s like a vacation.”

“It’s like a vacation. We don’t have our home responsibilities, and we get to relax and just hang out together.”     For our Little Ripples Teacher Training here in Batouri, Cameroon, the participating teachers and cooks have all been staying together in a...
An Item and Image of Hope in Action

An Item and Image of Hope in Action

Today, 20 teachers and cooks from the villages of Boubara and Timangolo in eastern Cameroon completed Little Ripples Teacher Training I. The reach and impact of Little Ripples, our early childhood education program, continues to grow. A program designed in partnership...