Nov 2, 2018


Greetings! Darfur Women Network (DWN) is grateful for your support. You saved lives.

It is usually very difficult to get in contact with the volunteers stationed overseas. However, yesterday’s phone call was clear. They told me that the 30000 refugees drink water from one source, the wells that your donation helped to clean. However, it was a risky operation. DWN was worried, especially, when I watched the video and saw the risky tools they used. Despite they, put themselves in danger, but for their families and for their community. However, it will never happen again.

Without your support, we could not accomplish these goals. The donors should feel proud of the positive impacts their donations enabled.

Please join DWN to achieve their next step for their goal?

Our goal is to clean up more wells, approximately three to five wells, to safely to reduce the struggling of shortages of drinking water in the camp this year. We need your support to send the safely tools and to purchase food for the volunteers to take all the sand and wood as well as other trash from inside the well.

DWN is the only sources that has helped the survivors of Darfur genocide in Touloum Camp, in Chad with clean drinking water. They have been living in the camp since 2003. The reason behind the burying of the wells has been due to the rainfall that washed sand from highland to the lowland one where the wells were dug.

We currently need to clean up more wells to enable the refugees to reduce the suffering of shortages of water. This year, we need to ensure the safety of the volunteers who enter 20 meters into the wells.

We are excited that we purchased all the safety tools and they are ready to be sent to Chad. Now we are working hard to provide the volunteers with food.

Please help us with your generous donations to increase the water resources safely without putting anyone at risk.Please check the link: Thank you so much!

Oct 8, 2018


 Dear friends,


We are excited to get talk to our staff at the refugee camp two days ago. They are happy with the 220 safe stoves they made and distributed  to refugee women/mothers. However, there is no internet. We are waiting since  May to send us pictures, but becuasue of internet we couldn't recieve them, yet.

Your organization, Darfur Women Network, is honored to invite you to its Across Cultural Picnic on Oct. 13. For those who are in Indianapolis, please join us. The goal of the picnic is to bring immigrants and Americans to share their cultures, share cultural food, learn, and have fun.

please see our flyer for more informaiton


Thank you 

Sep 19, 2018


food security and agriculture

Darfur Women Network (DWN) is excited to share with you some information about Darfur and the displaced people, who are survivvors of genocide. Firstly, on bhalf of DWN, let me take this opprotuntiy to tell you how I greatful for your generous donation and endless support.Without your support, we couldn’t help some refugees to grow their own food. Now, the people of Darfur believe that the solution for their hunger is agriculture.

The people in Darfur and Chad are excited to secure food for your generous donatiion and for your strong support. Without your support, DWN would not be
able to help the refugees grow their own food.

Moreover, the information about Darfur that I would like to share with you is our Exective Director visited Darfur this year,2018. She experienced the hardship
living there. everything is expensive despite the difficult to earn income. She said that the security is not stable,but it is slowly getting better. The Darfur people hope for stable security. The displaced have suffered for over decade,they realize their only solutions are security and farming. They would love to return to their villages and their lives before the conflict. They always talk about their villages and their hope for better life.

The Executive Director believes that the culture has changed in Darfur.The most of the work to feed, educate, and secure the displaced families relies on women. She talked to them in Darfur. They are hard workers, and do a lot of work to survive. some fifth grade students and elders knock on doors to ask for work.
One morning, fifth grader girls knocked on our door, I opened the door and welcomed them.they asked for work, I asked them, if they go to school, they said yes, and they are doing great at their school. I asked them, " what type of work can you do,? One of them siad, she can clean dishes and sweep the sand, and wash cothes as well as go shopping." I asked, what they need money for, they said they help their families, purchase clothes and shoes, and school supplies.

Another time, I talked to meddle school student, she told me that she did great at her exam to high school. I asked her to share with me her result when it comes out. she promised, she scored 220 out of 270, however , she has to work harder to secure more money for her education,she said"
They are smart, but there are so much destruction and truama. Becasue the great needs in our Exective Director home region, she tried to registerd DWN in Sudan to help these grils to have bright future,but it is not easy. She is still working on registering a branch there.
The survivors of Darfur genocide in Darfur and in Chad are enthuiastic to farm to secure food for their families. They work hard to earn very little to secure less than one meal.Those who are in Darfur, who have inputs and able to rent a land they hoped for security to harvest their Crops.

However, those are in Chad, have little secuity issues. The only concern is inputs, seeds, tools, and money to rent land as well as climate change. This year the refugees hoped to have their situation changed, either resettled in another country or return to their country.
Regarding our help, we focus on the elderly, widows, orphans, and disable persons.
We hope to have support to enable us to visit the camps and discuss the best way to help those survivors and to determine the social impact on them.

Thank you

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