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#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


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


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


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


 

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The petition to President Obama and UN Ambassador Samantha Power.

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

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

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