The Lost Boys of Sudan is a familiar story. Fleeing from civil war and the genocide of more than two million people, 20,000 children walked more than a thousand miles to find safety. More than half perished.
When the world learned of their tragic circumstances, the U.S. welcomed 3,800 Lost Boys to be resettled.
Twenty-seven years after their exodus, more than 300 Lost Boys & Girls remain in Kakuma, the refugee camp established for them so many years ago. are now men and women with sons and daughters of their own. After 26 years, they still cling to the hope of finding a place they may call home, where they might thrive. Some are defiant; some, dispirited. All are lost.
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