These are pictures from the camp in Touloum, Chad. It’s summer in Chad with temperatures reaching 107.6 degrees. Students take on the responsibility of firewood collection making the 30-35 km trek to and from the forest. Leaving the camp early, around 6am, they return around 8pm which makes for a very long, strenuous and exhausting day. They are regularly exposed to violent raids, wild animals and thieves who wish to confiscate their firewood. It’s because of your support that these trips are becoming less and less necessary thanks to the provision of Safe Stoves to those living in the camps. Thank you for your continued support!
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