Let’s Make 2017 Profound

Let’s Make 2017 Profound

I can hardly contain my joy and excitement about iACT’s plans for 2017. They are big and they are bold. They will challenge our refugee staff living in camps in Chad and Central African Republic to expand our successful education, human rights, and sports...
The latest from iACT

The latest from iACT

Our iACT November 2016 Trip Report is available here! After every iACT trip, we share updates on our work, details on what was accomplished, insights from our team members and refugee staff, and stories of refugees. We want you to not only know exactly what iACT is...
Thirteen Years

Thirteen Years

Thirteen years was very difficult for me grasp today as we walked refugee camp Djabal. Thirteen years is the amount of time Darfuris have been living in refugee camps in eastern Chad.

A Darfuri Family Story

A Darfuri Family Story

We have used this family’s story to tell the story of Darfur. They saw their village destroyed, sons killed, and became refugees that the world has forgotten. I now hope that their story has new happy chapters, and maybe then Darfur’s story will also become brighter and full of hope.

Returning to Camp Djabal

Returning to Camp Djabal

I love coming to Djabal. The camp is surrounded by beautiful hills, and the people are warm, thoughtful, and have a great sense of humor. I’m also saddened when coming to Djabal.

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