“It’s another one of those days when I’m so proud of all the work iACT gets done, and at the same time humbled by how much more is needed,” said iACT Executive Director, Gabriel Stauring.
The iACT 23 team arrived to camp Goz Amer yesterday and they were able to visit the new Little Ripples Ponds in the morning while school was in session. Gabriel wrote, “the teachers are completely in their element, and the children look so happy. Our iACT refugee Project Coordinator, Oumda Tarbosh, and the whole Little Ripples refugee team of teachers, community cooks and parents are amazing.”
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