In Uganda’s Refugee Camps, South Sudanese Children Seek the Families They’ve Lost
New York Times, 09 Aug 2018
On a pale dirt road in the Palorinya refugee camp in northern Uganda, Raida Ijo clung to her 16-year-old son, Charles Abu. They sobbed quietly into each other’s shoulder. They had been separated for 19 months, since the day that fighting broke out between rebels and government troops in their village in South Sudan.