By the year 2000, three thousand three hundred Lost Boys and Girls began the formal process of resettlement in the United States. Approximately one hundred Lost Boys currently reside in San Diego, California. These Lost Boys and Girls are pursuing degrees in local colleges and universities and working in a variety of fields. non-profit non profit organization

History of Sudanese Lost Boys and Girls.

In 1983, when civil war broke out in Sudan, twenty-seven thousand orphaned children walked a thousand miles to safety in Ethiopia. Many died from starvation; others were eaten by crocodiles and lions. After spending nearly two decades in refugee camps, a few thousand Lost Boys were granted asylum in the US.
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The Lost Boys and Girls began their journey in 1987 when their villages were attacked by Khartoum Government. lost boys and girls of Sudan