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Posted By Katie-Jay / March, 31, 2014

i-ACT, a Hermosa Beach-based grassroots organization, is hosting it’s third annual gala benefit event, ONE STRONG KICK, in support of Darfur United and its children’s Soccer Academy.

Darfur United’s Wish List

Posted By Katie-Jay / March, 14, 2014

People are always asking us for what they can contribute to the team and children’s soccer academy. Here is a list of the most common things we use! Team Tryouts…

Darfuri refugee Arafa: ‘when I grow up I can teach other children football’

Posted By Sara-Christine / March, 6, 2014

It was so great to get back to refugee camp Djabal in eastern Chad and conduct a 3-month follow up on the Darfur United Soccer Academy. The Academy has been…

Top Ten List: Things I Learned on 18th Trip to Darfuri Refugee Camps

Posted By James / February, 26, 2014

1. Children’s bodies and brains will not get fed by lessons on self-reliance. Not protecting the most vulnerable is not an option.

No Time or Room for Pity

Posted By Gabriel / February, 24, 2014

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…

Bashir and Bashar vs Adam and Hassan

Posted By Gabriel / February, 23, 2014

Bashir and Bashar love football (soccer) and are members of the Darfur United Soccer Academy at refugee camp Djabal. Adam is a teacher and ex-refugee that came back from Darfur…

Slideshow: Darfur United Soccer Academy

Posted By Sara-Christine / February, 23, 2014

Photos from i-ACT Expedition 18 taken by Sara-Christine Dallain

Video: Darfur United and Old Friends in Camp Djabal

Posted By Gabriel / February, 21, 2014

The i-ACT team has made it to Camp Djabal where they visited the Darfur United Soccer Academy, DUSA coaches, and reunited with many friends.