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Expanding to camp Djabal, eastern Chad

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iACT is proud to announce the expansion of Little Ripples, our early childhood education program, to refugee camp Djabal in eastern Chad. This March, our team will be launching the first set of three Ponds in the camp. That means that iACT will hire and train six new female teachers, one Education Director, one Camp Coordinator, and six cooks to lead the daily program. It will be the first time that camp Djabal has access to comprehensive early childhood education that focuses on empowering refugee women to support children’s cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development!