Recommit to Refugees: Why is this happening

Recommit to Refugees: Why is this happening

In continuing the blog series “Recommit to Refugees” with the knowledge of what food security is, my second blog post below will discuss what has caused the difficulty in feeding the displaced people of the world. The assistance being provided to Syrian refugees had...
Recommit to Refugees: What is Food Security?

Recommit to Refugees: What is Food Security?

Approximately two billion people in the world are suffering because their food intake is not a daily guarantee. Food security is receptive to many influences such as rapid population growth, military conflicts, climate change, corruption, political instability, and...
Get on Your Bike and #Ride4Refugees in September

Get on Your Bike and #Ride4Refugees in September

This September, riders across the nation will jump on their bicycles to join Tour de Goz Amer(ica), a #ride4refugees in support of Little Ripples, i-ACT’s preschool education program that trains and employs refugee women to improve the early development of...
Planting Seeds of Good this Summer

Planting Seeds of Good this Summer

During the summertime, the i-ACT team is unable to travel to eastern Chad refugee camps due to the rainy season there, but we’ve had a very busy and exciting summer so far! First, we’re so proud to share with you that our Little Ripples program was just named a top...
#Restore2100: Share the Facts

#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...