Darfur Refugee Family Portraits

Darfur Refugee Family Portraits

We visited two Darfuri refugee mothers in camp Kounoungou. It was Felicia and I, and we had no translator. It was such a joy, combined with some sadness, to have them welcome us and show us their homes. One mother found us walking and immediately gestured excitedly to...
Life in Camp Kounoungou

Life in Camp Kounoungou

Camp Kounoungou is not the northern-most camp in eastern Chad for Darfuri refugees. But, it does sit at the crossroads between semi-arid and extreme desert isolation. When looking at these photos, imagine the wind whipping past you and the taste of tiny grains of sand...
Our Mission

Our Mission

Our mission – as trips by organizations are called here – is extremely tight. Each day we have a series of objectives we have to get through, and there’s always more on our to-do list, in case we can squeeze it in. It’s also positive in nature, since we...
A Story about a Boy

A Story about a Boy

Once upon a time, there lived a little boy named Rami. He was a happy, rambunctious, and talkative child. He lived with his mother, father, and seven siblings in a clean and peaceful home filled with love. Rami was nearly four years old; he could sing songs that he...