Lost Boy, Lost Girl: Escaping Civil War in Sudan - Part Four - War Summary & Analysis

John Dau
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Part Four - War Summary and Analysis

Martha couldn't believe that they had to move. They packed all the food they could and kept quiet. They left their camp at bedtime and walked through the forest in a single file. By the next day, they made it to the Gilo River. United Nations people had food waiting for them since it would take many days for all of them to ferry over to the Sudanese side. Martha was in one of the first groups of people across the river because Yar's cousin was one of the boat organizers, and she explained that it was going to be difficult for her to get across and walk all the way to Pochala with her own three children and the two children she had taken in. It was a peaceful crossing, even though the current...

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