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Sudan’s Civil War Orphaned 20,000; One Still Lives in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp

“Lost Boys of Sudan" was the name given to a group of more than 20,000 ethnic Dinka and Nuer children who were displaced and orphaned during the 1987-2005 Second Sudanese Civil War. John Deng fled with them in 1987 and has been living in Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp ever since. He became a teacher to primary school-age refugees to help new arrivals displaced like he was by conflict.

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