Peter has grown up as a refugee - he first fled Sudan for Ethiopia when he was a child. Today, he lives in a refugee camp in South Sudan where he works for Doctors Without Borders as a translator. He does not believe his dreams will ever be realized, but he has hope for the next generation.

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    Peter has grown up as a refugee - he first fled Sudan for Ethiopia when he was a child. Today, he lives in a refugee...
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    It’s always so powerful to hear about people’s hope for change.
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    This is a very beautiful and moving story…
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    I actually cannot wait to work for MSF.