A Long Walk to Water

A Long Walk to Water

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  • BOOM!
  • Where are we going? Where is my family? When will I see them again?
  • Loun-AriikSchool
  • Over there.
  • You're not a man yet.Don't be in such a hurry!
  • Where do I belong? With the Militia? Women and Children?
  • Where are we going? Where is my family? When will I see them again?
  • Loun-Ariik, Sudan, 1985Villagers ran to find safety from the dangers of the second Sudanese Civil War.
  • Salva found himself not knowing where he belonged.   The Rebels forced Salva to join the women and       children.  They began to walk...
  • After walking with the women and children throughout the night, they found an abandoned barn where they would safely sleep.  When Salva woke he was all ALONE.  They had left him... 
  • Salva and The Lost Boys walked over 1,000 miles to find refuge.  They were challenged with severe weather, wild animals, and the military.
  • Eventually, Salva and The Lost Boys arrived at a Refugee camp in Ethiopia.  After some time, they moved to a Refugee camp in Kenya where they spend about six years.  Finally, Salva moved to the United States.
  • Salva returned home- South Sudan.After reuniting with his father, he was inspired to provide villages, in Sudan, with the opportunity of clean water.  Salva Dut was the founder of Water For South Sudan
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