Jewish World Watch is returning to Chad. This will mark Co-Founder and President Janice Kamenir-Reznik’s second visit to the Darfuri refugee camps, following her initial mission in 2007. Board Member Diana Buckhantz, on her first trip to Chad but her third trip with JWW to the continent, is accompanying her.
They will be visiting Farchana, the Solar Cooker Project’s fourth camp.
Huffington Post is carrying their blog posts, coming live from the ground. This is an excellent opportunity to engage a wider audience in our work with the Darfuri survivor community. Check back here for updates!
Friends Old and New, by Diana Buckhantz
Focusing on Farchana, by Janice Kamenir-Reznik
Hats off to the Aid Workers, by Janice Kamenir-Reznik
The End of the World, by Diana Buckhantz
Forward with Intention, by Diana Buckhantz
We Have Not Forgotten, by Janice Kamenir-Reznik
Chanukah in Chad, by Janice Kamenir-Reznik (Jewish Journal)
Of Solar Cookers and Darfuri Women’s Empowerment, by Diana Buckhantz (Ms. Magazine)
Hard to Leave, by Diana Buckhantz
Holding It Close to the Mat, by Janice Kamenir-Reznik
Hope Springs, by Annie Turnbull, Cord Africa Programmes Operations Manager