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“My child is most precious to me”

Francis Michael
550km | Angelina Jouma returned to South Sudan in 2012, only to flee again a year later.
18.02.2016  |  Khartoum, Sudan
Angelina Jouma in Khartoum. (photo: The Niles | Francis Michael)
Angelina Jouma in Khartoum. (photo: The Niles | Francis Michael)

> Departure: Malakal, Upper Nile State, South Sudan
> Arrival: Khartoum, Sudan
> Distance: 550km
> Name: Angelina Jouma
> Previous occupation: Housewife
> Current occupation: None - job seeker


Where did you run from?

Malakal, Upper Nile State, South Sudan.

Where do you plan to go?

I lived in Khartoum before. I only returned to South Sudan in 2012 and then I had to leave again. I am here for now.

What item do you wish you had taken with you?

My documents and certificates.

Why do you still dream of these item?

They would have helped me find a job and continue my education.

What is your favourite item now?

My child.

What makes this item very precious?

My child is my most precious thing, which I carried while I was running.

This article is part of:
On The Move: Experience is a solid walking stick
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