Feature: Sudan returnees bear hardship amid dreams of starting from zero

Published on 13 January 2011

Gripping a permit card, Julia Lako, 30, walked for two hours on Thursday to join a hundred-meter queue eager to receive food that could support her family for three months, once for all. (..) After showing the government-issued permit card to staff with the United Nations World Food Program (WFP), Lako got 121 kg of cereal, eight kg of vegetable oil, 2.7 kg of salt and 13.5 kg of pulse for herself, three-year-old son and one-year-old daughter.

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