August 3, 2012


I had the opportunity to return to my hometown of Wau. There, a returnee village called Alek Chok has been erected where UNHCR have built 500 homes, a health clinic, a primary school, and a community center. When I arrived, I was greeted by dozens of children singing and dancing on their way to school. When I was in Wau, I saw myself in the eyes of the children and really felt the need to make a difference.
 
Photo: C.Tooze/UNHCR

I had the opportunity to return to my hometown of Wau. There, a returnee village called Alek Chok has been erected where UNHCR have built 500 homes, a health clinic, a primary school, and a community center. When I arrived, I was greeted by dozens of children singing and dancing on their way to school. When I was in Wau, I saw myself in the eyes of the children and really felt the need to make a difference.

 
Photo: C.Tooze/UNHCR

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