Felicia Lee

Felicia is a Bay Area (Northern California) native, and holds an English degree from University of California, Irvine. As an intern, she contributes to the i-ACT team by helping with tasks ranging from drafting letters to researching sandwich prices; from booking airline flights to editing anything and everything. Felicia hopes to be with i-ACT for a long and beautiful time.

Who’s Hungry??

Who’s Hungry??

Who’s Hungry?? 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...
Some Sights I Saw in Camp Djabal

Some Sights I Saw in Camp Djabal

Some Sights I Saw in Camp Djabal Share this...FacebookTwitter SUPPORT OUR WORK Help support sports and education programs for refugees living in eastern Chad and other refugee communities! DONATE NOW v FACTS 360,000 refugees from Darfur, Sudan, living in refugee camps...
Co-working

Co-working

This is something I love about iACT and iACT’s model of work. We don’t see “our” programs as belonging to iACT as an official organization. “Our” programs are “ours” because “we” are made up of refugees and non-refugees alike.

Animals

Animals

Animals The Rabbits started off. Then the Lions proceeded, with the Elephants following the Lions. The Tigers went last. We get picked up by 6:30am every morning, then go on a ride through parched land to the refugee camp (camp Goz Amer in eastern Chad). We’re en...