Former refugees have a dream: A kibbutz in South Sudan
Three former refugees who sheltered in Israel returned home with mixed feelings, gratitude, new knowhow - and drive to transform not only their own lives, but their fledgling country.
Juba, the capital of South Sudan, is a frenzy of activity. New buildings are rising everywhere you look. Cars travel helter-skelter over the mostly dirt roadways, their drivers having been urged to keep to the right of the road and avoid hitting children or goats. Given the difficulties in supporting their families in rural areas, people come in from the villages seeking work just as they do the world over, and...
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