The latest from iACT

The latest from iACT

The latest from iACT Our iACT November 2016 Trip Report is available here! After every iACT trip, we share updates on our work, details on what was accomplished, insights from our team members and refugee staff, and stories of refugees. We want you to not...
Darfur United Joy

Darfur United Joy

This blog was originally posted on darfurunited.com  We walk off of the plane and a nice, sharp cold hits us. This is not southern California, and it’s definitely not eastern Chad. Östersund, Sweden might be an odd place for an all-refugee team from Darfur to...
Refugee Borders and Scars

Refugee Borders and Scars

Gado refugee site is barely 20 kilometers away from the border between Cameroon and Central African Republic (CAR). The site is on the Cameroon side, with the refugees coming from CAR. Most of them arrived in 2014, escaping brutal mass violence that continues to tear...
Come With Us, Meet Our Friends

Come With Us, Meet Our Friends

We left LAX on Saturday on our 23rd trip to refugee camps along the Chad-Sudan border. After a four hour layover in Paris, we landed in Gabon on Sunday night. Gabon?! It’s the third time I’ve been to Gabon, and none of those times was it part of the plan. Chad never...