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

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Part Five - Refuge Summary and Analysis

John and the others kept walking. One day they crossed the Kenyan border without noticing. They felt relieved that soldiers wouldn't follow them anymore, and they stopped in the town of Lokichokio where they stayed for two months. Since there were too many of them to stay in the town, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees relocated them to a new camp in the desert. The boys got to the new camp by trucks, which are sent to them by the United Nations.

They set up their new home in Kakuma, and although they were not allowed to go out to find jobs in cities, they knew that they could live without fear. For the first time in a long time, they had hope for their future.

When Martha got to Kakuma, she and...

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