Surviving Darfur: African Refugee Life

National Geographic News Photograph: Sudanese Refugee Boy in Chad, Africa
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Geneina, Sudan, October 30, 2004

This woman found refuge in the Abu Zar schoolyard in Geneina after her village, Gokar, was burned by armed groups in February 2004. More than 5,000 people live in makeshift shelters within the school walls. The school continues to operate, with 800 children arriving daily for classes.

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—Photograph by Hilhne Caux
 
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