Nancy Huff
Most Recent Book Title
Danger in the Desert: One Woman's Quest for Truth and Justice
Book Description
Danger in the Desert is the story of a once mild-mannered school teacher trying to make good on an innocent commitment, as she unravels the mystery of missing ocean containers full of humanitarian aid and ends up in the offices of US officials, working with ambassadors, and testifying before the United Nations.
Naive no more, Nancy Huff is anything but mild mannered as she pleads with the world to return a stolen generation of Sahrawi refugees stranded in the middle of the Sahara Desert, caught between two political ideologies that have held them in exile for almost 40 years.
Nancy demonstrates how one person can make a difference in the quest for truth and asks readers to make that difference with her. Filled with hopelessness the Sahrawis are targets for al Qaeda recruitment along with drug and human trafficking that will soon affect every part of the globe in a very dangerous way.
Additional Book Titles
1. How to Create Passive Income with Rental Property: Becoming a Successful Landlord, Investor, Entrepreneur.
2. Taking the Mountain of Education: A Strategic Prayer Guide to Transform American Schools
3. Safety Zone: Scriptural Prayers to Revolutionize Your School
4. A Call to Prayer for the Children, Teens, and Young Adults of the 10/40 Window
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Author bio
A former teacher in public and private schools for thirteen years, Nancy has a B. S. in Mathematics and a Master’s degree in English as a Second Language. She is Founder and President of Teach the Children International (TCI), a nonprofit organization that reaches out to children at risk in the United States and abroad.

TCI is committed to helping children in crisis by
providing educational programs and humanitarian aid that enhance the lives of children and their families. TCI sponsored refugee programs for the Kosovar in Macedonia and Albania. TCI established a school for Sudanese Refugee Children in Cairo, Egypt.

From 1999 to 2007, Nancy worked with the Sahrawi who live in
Tindouf, Algeria. She facilitated over 30 containers of humanitarian aid into the Tindouf camps.

In 2007, she began her work in Morocco with the Sahrawis who never left the country. In 2010, TCI presented seminars on Ethics and Conflict Resolution at the request of the governor of LaAyoune in Southern Morocco. She has visited over 50 US Congressmen and Congress women in order to educate them on the Sahrawi issue. She has spoken at the United Nations IV committee for ten years and once at the UN in Geneva, Switzerland. She speaks on college campuses, at civic group meetings and at churches about the plight of the Sahrawis.

Recently TCI received a grant to produce 10 TV programs for the Sahrawis with the purpose of resolving conflict and getting the Sahrawi to return to their homeland of Southern Morocco.

Nancy is a conference speaker. She also writes magazine articles
and books about education and children’s issues to raise awareness and promote public involvement in meeting the needs of children at home and abroad.

Nancy contributed a chapter “Spiritual Nurture for Children with HIV/AIDS” for the book Ministry to Children with HIV/AIDS, edited by Phyllis Kilbourn and published by World Vision Publications.

Nancy co-authored Praying for Teens, Children, and Young Adults in the 10/40 Window, published by WYAM.

Other books Nancy has written: Taking the Mountain of Education: A Strategic Prayer Guide for American Education, Safety Zone: Prayers to Revolutionize Your School, How to Create Passive Income with Rental Property.
Nancy has written magazine articles for: “Viva – Children’s Network” (English Journal); “National Drama Service”; “World Pulse”; “Hope for Children in Crises”; “Charisma”; “World Christian.”
Professional Speaker Topics
Prayer to Transform American Education
To Pray Effectively for our Schools and our Children
Western Sahara: Referendum vs. Autonomy
Sahrawi Refugees
Advanced Discipleship: Changing Culture

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