South Sudan

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  1. catchgifyoucan
    21 Apr 2018
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    Traveling While Black

    While South Sudan is not a desired destination amongst most, I strongly suggest traveling to a part of the developing world. It will immediately put things in perspective and it gives you a glimpse of what others are dealing with. We entered South Sudan through Uganda (We were told not to cross the boarder, but “who gon stop me huh?”) I got a chance to see numerous boarder crossings, both official ones with various organizations waiting to assist refugees and unofficial ones, with trees and wood planks creating bridges over the water( even the Nile river) refugees are fleeing pretty much genocide and government order murder of its own people. Uganda is taking in these refugees with open arms and granting them automatic asylum. At the height there were 8-10k refugees crossing daily, totaling 180-200k in just two months. After crossing, refugees are transferred to settlement camps where they are given plots of land (wait list ) and supplies and food to “start overs” talking to some refugees, most can’t wait to get back to South Sudan to resume their lives, but they realize its too dangerous at the moment. I could go on forever with stories that touched me deeply, but I’m stopping here. Follow me, lol. From time to Time I post pics from this trip along with a story.

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