Sudan - Conflict - Ezo and Makpandu Refugee Settlements
A Congolese refugee infected with HIV sit outside her shack in Ezo refugee settlement, Napere camp. Since 2008 the Lord's Resistence Army (LRA) has been attacking villages in Congo and in South Sudan, killing inhabitants, raping women, kidnapping children and adolscents and robbing the communities. Kidnapped boys are used as porters and laborers or trained as soldiers, while kidnapped girls are taken by soldiers as wives. As a result of these attacks, tens of thousands of people have fled their own villages and houses along the border of Congo and Sudan. Ezo settlement, in South Sudan, was established for refugees escaping from LRA attacks. Other Congolese have found shelter in villages along the Congo-Sudan border, lodging with friends and relatives. | Location: Ezo, Western Equatoria, South Sudan.
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