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“Assessment Team, high!!”

I’m now calling them our all-star refugee Assessment Team. This group of 11 (image) has been helping iACT measure the impact of Little Ripples since 2014. In total, the team has completed six assessments for us and contributed to further improving and designing our survey tool. And we now have an official team cheer! We stack our hands in the middle of our huddle,
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A Meal #WithRefugees

A Little Ripples Meal With Refugees from i-ACT on Vimeo. Today, I had the pleasure of spending most of my morning with Fatima, Fatna, Maka, and Soumaya. It was a wonderful, calm joy that I experienced as I watched the four Little Ripples (LR) cooks prepare a meal for the children of families that were taking part in an assessment at the school. It
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Humbled in Action

iACT23: Little Ripples Ponds from i-ACT on Vimeo. Today we got to see Ponds in action, and wow! It was the coolest thing to see the teachers completely in their element, and the children looking so happy. The two main highlights of the day were seeing the mindfulness activities and the meal program. Little Ripples was intentionally designed to help the children and women
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Creating Impact Beyond the Classroom

It’s been a while since I sat down with Little Ripples lead teacher, Haleyma. Over the past two years she has successfully managed the Little Ripples School, including 13 teachers! So it was time to check-in with her and personally thank her for all her hard work. During our conversation I learned that many things have changed over the past couple years for Haleyma.
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Get on Your Bike and #Ride4Refugees in September

This September, riders across the nation will jump on their bicycles to join Tour de Goz Amer(ica), a #ride4refugees in support of Little Ripples, i-ACT‘s preschool education program that trains and employs refugee women to improve the early development of Darfuri refugee children in eastern Chad. Every person who registers to ride will be directly supporting the training and employment of more female refugee
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