A Goal Without a Net

A Goal Without a Net

This blog was originally posted on darfurunited.com and written by Mark Hodson.  We’ve all come a long way in terms of distance traveled as players and as human beings. I still remember with vivid clarity the time we ran a football tryout, in the unlikely, apocalyptic...
Meet the DUSA Camp Mile Coaches

Meet the DUSA Camp Mile Coaches

This blog was originally posted on Darfur United by Bridget Grant.  A beautiful, celebratory day! The newest Darfur United Soccer Academy (DUSA) coaches for refugee camp Mile have been selected and they are a strong team. Athletic, focused, hilarious, and collectively...
A Magical Space for Kicks and Hope

A Magical Space for Kicks and Hope

This blog was originally posted on Darfur United by Gabriel Stauring.  Darfur United Soccer Academy – Peace, Kicks, and Hope from i-ACT on Vimeo. After launching a project with and for the refugees in these remote camps in eastern Chad, iACT leaves. The new...
10 Years of Darfur, 100 Days for Darfur

10 Years of Darfur, 100 Days for Darfur

I became active in the Darfur movement in late 2004. I did not know exactly how I’d be able to participate in alleviating what was and continues to be overwhelming human suffering. I just knew I needed to act. One of the very first campaigns I helped create and...
Locust Wars

Locust Wars

Locust is believed to be the most devastating insect to plants and some crops all over the world. But here the refugee children have a different view of the locust. They believe that it’s a free source of the protein.