Rahma is a spirited, charismatic young man. Back in Darfur, he played soccer and volleyball with the other boys. His entire village was destroyed by the Janjaweed. Rahma loves to go to school. English is his favorite subject, but he also likes math and Arabic. When he grows up, Rahma wants to be President of Sudan. When he becomes President, he wants people to live peacefully in their villages.

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  • Rahma 5:11 am on January 23, 2014 Permalink | Comment  

    Hello Dear students at US.
    How are you doing for long time?and How is your schools going?
    I hope you are doing ok over there.
    Do you started to study or still on vacation?
    we jest began to studying last two weeks for alot of challenges.but know it’s going to improve gradually.
    we go to school from 6:30 am to 12:00 pm some of us are teachers of we came back from primary at 12:00 we”re going to secondary from 1:00 to 5:00 pm . .How long is your school day???
    what are you studying right now?
    What are you doing after schools?
    I hope all your family are doing well.
    thanks.best wishes !!!!!!.talk to you soon .
    please keep in touch…….
    yours Rahma

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  • Rahma 3:25 pm on March 25, 2013 Permalink | Comment  

    this is jabla camp students here camp , really it’s so proud to receive your messages which contains an spiritual love , really jabal it gives you the best thanks to your assistance which you do to support us here in camp , we know you play a role to assist us and world both .
    jabal camp is suffering of the hot weather and the shortage of the water….. the main problem here in camp of lack of th medicine and some people are suffering of the chronic disses and they couldn’t get efficient medicine here

    hello this is jabla camp students here

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  • Rahma 3:56 pm on March 21, 2013 Permalink | Comment  

    Murtada:hello friends how are ? I hope you are doing well . here is video of burn houses you have to see it . event my friend yaya,s hut also burned . it from our home ten metrs to arrive us but not arrived . thanks your friend murtada

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    • Kathleen 3:39 am on March 23, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      We are very sorry for the people who lost their houses.

  • Rahma 3:31 pm on February 26, 2013 Permalink | Comment  

    Hiii to all my friends of schools,How are you?long time I never hear your joyful messages,I want to know your voice and what are you doing over there and your schools?nowadays we’v finish our holiday after five days of semester exam.we hope that to continue study.because we and specially have Dream to change Darfur from the war and injustice to new Darfur there will be equality,freedom,rights to everyone,non-discrimenation and peacefully to everyone in D I’v Dream to Change and I hope that to achieve my goals in the future.thanks your faithfully Rahma

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    • rveerman 9:27 pm on February 26, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Dear Rahma. You are a true leader and absolutely amazing. The words that you write are something that all of us should hope for — “equality, freedom, rights to everyone, non-discrimination and peacefully to everyone” I hope that you also may accomplish all your future goals. You deserve it. You are helping others to see what is good in this world.

    • fatima 9:08 am on February 28, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Dear colleague . Life is simply when we are together helping and searching best way of freedom and love . Health and education then we can see the forbearance .
      Am also from darfur . Best wishes to all there

  • Rahma 11:53 pm on December 5, 2012 Permalink | Comment  

    Hi dear friends how are you?and How is your schools going?I hope you are doing fine and healthy.here in Djabal camp,the weather is so cold and our basic schools are going to improve to better but our secondary school is going worst. we miss many subject all since subject. if you asked about the library I am working very well but;I miss kindles.I hope that my message will get there to support us by electronic books to improve our English to better thanks your friend Rahma

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  • Rahma 4:03 pm on November 21, 2012 Permalink | Comment  

    Hello all my friends in U.S How are you?and How is your Schools going?I am going to say welcome to new tear season.I hope that this year will be very excited to everyone. if you Asked me and About the library,its going well since last June and all the student are very excited for your support really your help is makes us to fill about our education because the time when we are in Darfur we don,t know Haw to educate ourselves so by help of you we understood How to learn about the world and especially about Darfur.the student are very excited to read on the library but, the main thing which late them to be not happy,is there is no any electronic books,talking Dictionaries,computers and additional Human Rights Books to read only tow talking dictionary. so we need help from you gays, especially by helping of student Task Force STF, sisters school program and Gabriel.thanks tour friend Rahma

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  • Rahma 6:18 pm on September 3, 2012 Permalink | Comment  

    Hello my friends Student Task Force how are you doing? and how is your schools going? here isa video of students studying in library.really they use the library by good way. but we missed kindles.I hope that you will bring us kindles to support our library so as to make our job better thanks yours Rahma

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  • Rahma 5:16 pm on September 3, 2012 Permalink | Comment  

    Hello all our friends in USA and specially in California.How are you?and How is the rainy season is there? is it cold weather right now?I hope everything will be ok there.if you Asked About the rainy season and the weather in CAMP DJABAL,the weather is going well and the rain also continuing in DJABAL.all the people they are out said the CAMP to their filed.because they want to produce more food. now days all the organizations does not helping us like the past beside of education,food,Health and security also.and all the youth in DJABAL they are suffering beside of education and specially of English.so we hope that you support us in our library.and the library also going well. thanks your friend Rahma

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