#Restore2100: Share the Facts

i-ACT is working hard to fight food insecurity among Darfuri refugees in Chad. Please support #Restore2100 by sharing these important statistics regarding the camps:

1. In an avg 2 weeks, Darfur refugees experience at least 1 day without eating any food because there is none. Tweet


2. Refugee families in Chad wait 30-40 days between food rations. #RESTORE2100 bit.ly/restore2100

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3. 67% of Darfur refugees in eastern Chad camps of Toulum and Iridmi eat meat between 0 and 2 times a month. #RESTORE2100 bit.ly/restore2100

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4. Half of Darfur refugees in eastern Chad camps run out of food rations within 1-2 weeks of receiving them. #RESTORE2100 bit.ly/restore2100

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5. Orange hair = protein deficiency linked to antisocial or aggressive behavior. Darfuris deserve better. #Restore2100 bit.ly/restore2100

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TAKE ACTION: RESTORE 2100


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SIGN

The petition to President Obama and UN Ambassador Samantha Power.

LEARN

More information about food insecurity can be found on our virtual Refugee Rations report.

GIVE

To support our Little Ripples’ efforts to improve children’s nutrition and health.

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