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LOST BOYS IN

SOUTHERN
SUDAN.

BY: CLAUDIA
LYMAN

What Is a
Refugee?

A IS A PERSON WHO HAS BEEN FORCED


TO LEAVE THEIR COUNTRY.
IN ORDER TO ESCAPE WAR,
PERSECUTION, OR NATURAL DIS ASTER.

WHERE DO REFUGEES
COM E FROM WAR TORN
AREAS? GENOCIDE?
PERSECUTION?

Sudan may be the worlds


most murderous conflict. But
the suffering of its people has
been obscured, redacted,
made silent.

A SOCIAL
GROUPS OF
SUDAN THAT

Thousands of
people have died
and millions of
people have been
displaced since

W H AT I S BE I NG D ON E T O H E LP T HE
R E F UG E ES D U RI N G T H E PRE SEN T T IM E?
( I .E . U N IT E D N AT ION S? G OV ER N M EN T
IN T E RV E N T ION ? N OT HI NG ? W H Y ?

During 2002, the Sudan


peace process under the
support ofIGADmade
significant progress.
Adding enforce to peace
efforts, the Secretary-

HOW MANY REFUGEES


CURRENTLY LIVE IN
THE UNITED STATES?

Sudan has approximately 34.5 million people


from as many as 400 different national
groups.
The North is focus by Arabic-speaking
Muslims.
In the South, at least 100 different
languages are spoken, and most southern

HOW CAN WE
HELP REFUGEES
TODAY?

On July 9, 2011, South Sudan gained


independence from Sudan and became the
worlds youngest country.
After more than two decades of civil war, it was
hoped that this separation would finally lead to
peace for the people of the South.

WHAT ARE SOME


TRANSITIONS AND
APPROPRIATE

ANIMATIONS?

The Near (Neath) people in South Sudan are


one of the largest ethnic groups in the
northeastern Africa which stretches from
Egypt for 2000 km and westward from the
Red Sea for 1500km.
They are the second largest tribe in South
Sudan, numbering over one and half million

THE LOST BOYS IN


SOUTHERN SUDAN