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Author: Meghan Higginbotham

New Rockflower Fund Seeks to Support Women and Girls Globally

New Rockflower Fund Seeks to Support Women and Girls Globally
Rockflower, a new fund which seeks to transform the lives and livelihoods of women and girls around the world by connecting large funders in developed nations with organizations investing in women and girls in underdeveloped nations, has selected the Darfur Dream Team Sister Schools Program as an initial recipient of support for Rockflower’s education program ...
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Enough and partners launch August campaign: Decisive Action Sudan

Enough and partners launch August campaign: Decisive Action Sudan
With escalating conflict in Sudan and the threat of famine and genocidal targeting in both Sudan and South Sudan, the Enough project and partner organizations have launched a collaborative campaign to engage U.S. elected officials during the August recess in taking action toward supporting peace in both countries ...
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Omer Ismail Speaks at Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission Briefing on Sudan

Omer Ismail Speaks at Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission Briefing on Sudan
On May 20, Enough Project Senior Advisor Omer Ismail presented at a Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission briefing in the U.S. House of Representatives. The briefing, which included former U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan Princeton Lyman and citizen journalist Ryan Boyette, focused on the ongoing human rights violations and the escalation of violence throughout Sudan ...
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Support Darfur United, a Refugee Soccer Team

Support Darfur United, a Refugee Soccer Team
Enough Project partner organization i-ACT is currently in eastern Chad putting together a team of Darfuri refugee soccer players who will travel to Sweden at the end of May to compete in the ConIFA World Football Cup. Darfur United is a positive story that helps bring attention, hope, and dignity to a mostly forgotten Darfuri people ...
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Delaware students advocate on Sudan in D.C.

Delaware students advocate on Sudan in D.C.
Nine 8th grade students from Newark Charter Junior and Senior High School recently visited the Enough Project office for an advocacy training. The students, who also participate in the Darfur Dream Team Sister Schools Program, then took their new advocacy skills to the Hill to meet with Representative John Carney’s office and ask for his support for H.R. 1692 -- the Sudan Peace, Security, and Accountability Act of 2013 ...
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Hear Her Voice: Activists on Capitol Hill

Hear Her Voice: Activists on Capitol Hill
Nearly 100 activists from 19 states came to the nation's capital for this year's Hear Her Voice conference, hosted by The Enough Project and Jewish World Watch. During this 3-day advocacy delegation and learning conference, advocates heard from policy experts, received advocacy training, and met with more than 50 congressional offices regarding the ongoing violence against civilians, particularly women, in Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan, and South Sudan ...
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“Don’t forget Darfur.”

"Don't forget Darfur."
I am currently in Kou Kou Angarana, Chad which is less than 30 miles from the Chad-Sudan border. I’ve been in this area for almost two weeks visiting Djabal and Goz Amer refugee camps for the Enough Project’s Darfur Dream Team Sister Schools Program, or DDT and have just a few days remaining in my trip ...
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World Refugee Day: The Importance of Refugee Stories

World Refugee Day: The Importance of Refugee Stories
Today, as we commemorate World Refugee Day, millions of refugee voices are being highlighted to attain our solidarity and urge us to act ...
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Darfur10: We need education, peace, dignity, tolerance

Darfur10: We need education, peace, dignity, tolerance
Rahma is one of those individuals who can truly light up a room. He's charismatic, energetic, articulate, and has a great sense of humor. As an 18-year-old Darfuri refugee, Rahma has spent half of his young life in Djabal refugee camp in eastern Chad ...
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Darfur Conflict Timeline

Darfur Conflict Timeline
The conflict in Darfur began 10 years ago. To commemorate the anniversary—remember the lives lost, acknowledge the ongoing struggle of the displaced, and recognize the ongoing effort to establish justice and find peace—Enough and its partners will mark 10 days of activism ...
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