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Let’s Ride!?

It’s here! Yes, our One Year Assessment report is available and we’re excited to share it! This report demonstrates what all of our supporters have helped us accomplish in the first year of Little Ripples. Now what’s on the way is an exciting season ahead. Fall will be a critical time for our program as we embark on expanding Little Ripples using in-home centers called Ponds. In order to raise
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Little Ripples Turns 1!

In May 2014, three members of i-ACT returned to Darfur refugee camp Goz Amer in eastern Chad to conduct the Little Ripples one year program assessment, monitor the progress of the school and research the opportunity and needs for Little Ripples expansion to in-home centers. Little Ripples has been in session since August 6, 2013, and it’s impact is reaching beyond the walls of
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It was a day full of emotions and moments. I asked our team to pick their favorite photo of the day. I’m sure it was as difficult for others as it was for me to choose just one. Here they are: Melissa: As the other children gathered excitedly around those with cameras, posing for photos and laughing at seeing the reflection of themselves and
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One Step Closer

This will be my first trip to Goz Amer (actually my first trip out of the country). I am so very anxious to get to the refugee camp and begin our work here. My name is Melissa Holcombe. I am from sunny California and happily married with two children who I miss tremendously already. I am blessed to have a family who is so
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