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.

To make something small, stronger

To make something small, stronger

“In this training we learned so many things that will contribute to changing our community.” — Hawa Diana and the other 14 men and women who completed their first Little Ripples teacher training with iACT today spoke to the importance of peace for their community. As...
New Partnerships: iACT & Plan International

New Partnerships: iACT & Plan International

iACT is teaming up with Plan International Tanzania (PLAN) to scale our pioneering processes and programs to Burundian refugee camps in Tanzania. We’ll be providing a 9-month consultation for PLAN staff and working directly with Burundian refugee men and women to...
Stand Up, Speak Up

Stand Up, Speak Up

Today, we selected the initial eight woman who will be leading Little Ripples in refugee camp Kounoungou. As I clapped, cheered, and watched each woman receive her certificate and wave it around with pride, I began to wonder what a teaching job might mean to these...
Training Day

Training Day

Day two of Little Ripples Teacher training entails a lot of hands on learning, brainstorming, and role-playing. Here is a peak into our training day: Play-based learning This slideshow requires JavaScript. Participants worked in small groups to come up with fun ways...