Conflict in Africa

Program Title: Conflict in Africa: The Lost Boys of Sudan

Presenter: TBD

Length: 45 minutes - 1 hour

Availability: By Request

About the Program:
The purpose of "Conflict in Africa - The Story of Sudan" is to make students more aware of the consequences of war and related effects on the victims and the country at large. The program specifically focuses on the past and current issues in the largest and the most war affected country of Sudan. Thus, the program is to educate and give details to students on what the reality of war is about. From first hand experience, the keynote speaker of the program gives a moving testimony about his experiences in Sudan before the war, life as a refugee, and the current situation in Southern Sudan.

To Book this, or any GEM program, please email cusimano@chc.edu or call 215-248-1150

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