Reuniting displaced South Sudanese children with their families

Thousands of children separated from their families as they fled the violence in South Sudan are still waiting to be reunited with them.

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    During the civil war in South Sudan, tens of thousands of children were separated from their families as they fled the violence.

    Some have been reunited, but in a country with poor organisation and infrastructure, tracing the families of many others is a major challenge.

     

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Juba.


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