Members of the Darfur Dream Team, from the Enough Project and i-ACT, visited Djabal and Goz Amer refugee camps from November 10-December 2, 2012. We met with students, teachers, parents, and UNHCR and JRS field staff to assess the impact that DDT is having on education in the camps. Additionally, we gathered stories and took photos and footage of how DDT funds have been implemented in Goz Amer refugee camps. We also discussed our future plans for providing continued support in both Djabal and Goz Amer. Finally, we trained more students in Djabal and Goz Amer to use the CommKit to exchange photos and messages with their American friends.
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Read our blog posts from the Fall 2012 Trip
Submit questions to ask your Darfuri peers
The deadline has now passed. Students, teachers, and DDT supporters submitted questions about life in the refugee camps and messages to share with the communities of Djabal and Goz Amer refugee camps.
Write a letter to your Sister School
The deadline has now passed, but we received letters from many of our U.S. Sister Schools and we delivered them to the Darfuri refugee camps. If you missed out on this opportunity to connect, look for it again in 2012.