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Top Ten Things I Learned on my 21st Trip to Refugee Camps

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[VIDEO] Little Ripples at One Year

Little Ripples at One Year from i-ACT on Vimeo. The i-ACT team returns again to the Little Ripples school in refugee camp Goz Amer. What they find is beautiful. The teachers have made this a magical place. At a time when the camp is experiencing severe cuts in food and services, Little Ripples is a safe, fun place for children to learn and play.


The Little Things

I just ate some crackers with peanut butter and jelly. I used to eat that a lot as a kid, but I don’t think I have ever enjoyed it so much as I just did.  Our current trip to Chad is now 17 days old, and I’m more and more becoming aware of the little things that can bring joy—and sadness. We just arrived
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We Make it to Camp Djabal and Reunite with Adam

Editor’s Notes: Originally posted by Gabriel Stauring on iactivism.org. No matter how tiring and stressful a day might have been, it will always be considered a good day—if it also included meeting up with Adam. I woke up before 4am and had to get mentally ready to head to the airport, knowing that our names were not on the list of passengers, and it
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Update from the Capital – Yes, Still in the Capital

Editor’s Note: Orginialy posted on iactivism.org by Gabriel Stauring. We are still in NDJ, the capital of Chad. In the nine years I’ve been coming out here, this is the longest it has taken to move on to the east and visit the refugee camps. I knew it was coming, sooner or later. It was later, on my 18th visit, but it’s still very
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