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Need Help Fighting the #WorldCupBlues?

Posted By Gabriel / July, 15, 2014

The #WorldCupBlues is very real. It’s not about lamenting your team’s loss, it’s about not having any more games to watch and talk/dream/cry/laugh/obsess about. What do we do now? I…

Huffington Post: World Cup Soccer, In The Land Of The Hungry

Posted By Gabriel / July, 5, 2014

Huffington Post recently posted this article by i-ACT’s Executive Director Gabriel Stauring: “We are ready to fight with you,” a young Darfuri refugee living in Chad tells us in early…

Darfuri Pride and Determination: DU’s Moubarag

Posted By Gabriel / June, 20, 2014

On World Refugee Day, I need to thank Moubarag and the grit, determination, and spirit that he embodies as a representative of the people of Darfur. Moubarag first tried out…

Thank you CONIFA for Uniting the World

Posted By Sean / June, 20, 2014

This is a heartfelt thank you to ConIFA’s amazing staff and team.  They are a hardworking group who built bridges between people, nations, ethnicities and isolated regions all over the…

Thank You for Being Relentless

Posted By Katie-Jay / June, 20, 2014

This blog was originally posted on iactivism.org DARFUR UNITED is not just a soccer/football team, but it’s the real Darfur voice, and a credit to the people of Darfur, and…

Thank You to Ellan Vannin: Darfur United’s 12th Man

Posted By Sara-Christine / June, 20, 2014

Despite the scoreboard, team Ellan Vannin enthusiastically chanted and clapped for Darfur United from the stadium stands—never ceasing or relenting, as if the match was tied and DU was fighting…

Darfur United ConIFA World Football Cup 2014 Press Coverage

Posted By Katie-Jay / June, 10, 2014

Check out the recent media coverage on Darfur United’s journey to the 2014 ConIFA World Football Cup in Ostersund, Sweden: World Cup Soccer, In the Land of The Hungry The…

The Darfur United Fan Experience: Unforgettable

Posted By Katie-Jay / June, 8, 2014

I’ve been the rather “official” travel agent for my brother Gabriel and the i-ACT team since his first trip to the camps. Africa not being my area of expertise, I…