Three refugee women, walking

Three refugee women, walking

Three refugee women, walking Saturday was our first day visiting camp Bredjing. It’s an almost hour-long drive through bumpy terrain, interrupted a few times by wide wadis—sandy, dry riverbeds. The scenery is striking: blue skies with beautiful waves of white clouds,...
My Fasting Days

My Fasting Days

I eat so much. Every day. It’s strange: I think about food so much, and at the same time–I take it for granted. It’s always there, always available.  In all of my now long(ish) life, I’ve never had to worry about food. Even when growing up in...

Pazocalo: Message from Ali

This is a great video from Ali living in Camp Djabal. Hello my friends, how are you? Here is my farm. I am plaphing [clearing] it from grass and also I grew flowers and Okra and Dura. Can you show me your farms in a video? You asked me how I cook the Dura. Yes, first...

Darfur United: More than a soccer team

The iACT team has posted many blogs, photos and videos to darfurunited.com! It has already been an emotional journey for all involved because this team will represent so much more than a game. Our podcast, Hit the Ground Running, includes i-ACT’s arrival in Goz...