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Bardin, a student at Sudan Djedid primary school in Djabal refugee camp, offers some words of advice to fellow students in the United States. On the last day of our Fall 2011 visit to Djabal refugee camp, Bardin walked up and asked to record a message for his fellow students in the United States. He shares a few words of advice and wishes them good luck!

Goz Amer Refugee Camp

Darfur Dream Team partner i-ACT visited Camp Goz Amer and Djabal in Chad from December 8-19. They visited the schools, met with UNHCR officials, and trained students and teachers on using the CommKit technology that will allow them to connect with schools in the United States.

Education for a Generation

John Prendergast, Co-founder of the Enough Project, Ethan Barhydt, Darfur Dream Team Intern, and NBA star Luol Deng at Education for a Generation, a special reception for the Darfur Dream Team at the Union League Club of Chicago on February 25, 2010.

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Education for a Generation

NBA star Luol Deng and John Prendergast, Co-founder of the Enough Project, headlined Education for a Generation, a special reception for the Darfur Dream Team at the Union League Club of Chicago on February 25, 2010.

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Though rivals on the court, Georgetown and Duke are collaborating off the court to provide education for Darfur refugee children.
 

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The Darfur Dream Team, launched by NBA star Tracy McGrady, connects schools in America with schools in Darfuri refugee camps in Chad.

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Presenting a profile of Ali from the Djabal refugee camp. Djabal is home to 16,875 refugees.

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Interviews with Darfuri refugees, discussing schools and entrepreneurship in Farchana Refugee Camp in Eastern Chad.
 

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Interviews with Darfuri refugees, discussing the relocation from Darfur, Sudan to Farchana Refugee Camp in Eastern Chad.
 

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When Tracy McGrady (T-Mac) of the Houston Rockets heard about the massive challenges children from Darfur were facing in the refugee camps in Chad, he decided to travel there. This is the trailer to the film "3 Points" by Josh Rothstein. The film follows McGrady's journey in Chad and return to the U.S.