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Human-Centered Design for Refugee Teacher Leadership Development

We’re back from the IDEO.org human-centered design bootcamp in Kampala, Uganda and my notebook is full of notes, drawings, and sticky notes. It’s bursting with ideas, questions, prototypes, and plans for expanding our Little Ripples (LR) program to better support the leadership development of the refugee female teachers hired and trained to implement the LR program and make it their own. Months and months ago, iACT responded to startup accelerator Amplify’s global
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Oh, perfect! Just in time for the weekend!

Editor’s note: This was originally posted on i-ACT’s blog by team member Sean Toshima. 2014 Tour Goz Amer bibs Join the FUN! Le inaugural 2014 Tour de Goz Amer bibs are here for YOU and your friends, to print, pin and Spin around your community for Darfur. Sign-ups for the Tour are still open! Here’s le haps: In October, all registered participants ride, bicycle, Spin their way
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Top Ten List: Things I Learned on 18th Trip to Darfuri Refugee Camps

Editor’s Note: This blog originally appeared on iactivism.org (in no particular order)

No Time or Room for Pity

Editor’s Note: This blog originally appeared on iactivism.org. Adam sent me a text message, telling me that he made it back safely to home in Darfur. Before we said goodbye to each other at camp Djabal just a few days ago, Adam told me that it is our communication, our short text messages coming and going half-way around the world, that give hope to
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Wine Tasting Benefit on Sunday 7/28

Barsha Wine and Spirits in Manhattan Beach will be hosting a wine tasting to benefit Little Ripples on Sunday, July 28 from 5pm – 8pm.  The evening wil include live musical performances, a photo and art display from the refugee camps, and raffle prizes including wine baskets and tours, tickets to the Discovery Science Center and Art Department, jewelry, and much more. The creation
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