A Darfuri Family Story

A Darfuri Family Story

We have used this family’s story to tell the story of Darfur. They saw their village destroyed, sons killed, and became refugees that the world has forgotten. I now hope that their story has new happy chapters, and maybe then Darfur’s story will also become brighter and full of hope.

Women of Darfur

Women of Darfur

Refugee Women of Darfur from i-ACT on Vimeo. “The women are really the power that runs these camps.” I said that more than ten years ago, when I first visited these refugee camps that dot the border between Chad and Sudan. Things have not changed. The women—and...
i-ACT21 Day 13: Community

i-ACT21 Day 13: Community

DUSA Coaches: Proud To Be Serving Their Community By Sara-Christine Dallain Today we visited refugee camp Djabal and spent time with Darfur United Soccer Academy (DUSA) coaches Ramadan, Leila, Adam and Habiba. This is the first camp to host a DUSA, and these four...
100 Year Journey from Armenia to Darfur

100 Year Journey from Armenia to Darfur

Yesterday morning I had the privilege of facilitating a live video call between Father Vazken Movsesian and In His Shoes in Glendale, CA and Gabriel, Achta, and her children in eastern Chad. Every year around the anniversary of the Armenian genocide, Father V (as we...
i-ACT 21 Day 3: The i-ACT Way

i-ACT 21 Day 3: The i-ACT Way

Them is Us. By Sara-Christine Dallain “There is no us and them. When we take on this approach, we are ignoring our common humanity. Them is us.” I read this somewhere recently, I cannot remember the source, but it stayed with me. This quote speaks to the way we...