A New R2E Library for Camp Djabal
After hearing about the destructive fire at the home of Camp Djabal’s R2E librarian, communities across the United States and students in California and Hawaii stepped up to raise funds to replace Rahma’s personal belongings and the R2E Mobile Human Rights Library material.
Human Rights Watch Student Task Force Schools Canyon High School, Wildwood School, and Carson High School in California raised more than $3,500 for the library. Iolani School in Hawaii helped Rahma replace many of his personal items. Thank you to everyone who donated.
The i-ACT team delivered the items to Rahma at refugee camp Djabal on Expedition #16 in May and June 2013.
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