Rebuilding South Sudan – from scratch

Christian Science Monitor
Juba, Sudan

Kun Minylang Ding called America home for 12 years. Tall and dark-skinned, with parallel lines of tribal scars carved into his forehead, he cut a striking figure in small-town Nebraska. But last year, Mr. Ding returned to south Sudan after a peace agreement brought an end to the 21-year civil war that forced him into exile. “Life was no problem in America, but I wanted to do something, to use my skills to help my people.”

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