At the age of eight, William Muorwel believed he had the best life possible. Living in a rural village in southern Sudan, he said he spent his time taking goats out to the grassland, swimming in watering holes, and wrestling—it was a young boy’s dream.
“It was the perfect beginning,” said Muorwel, 35.
But then civil war erupted in Sudan in 1983, which would kill an estimated 2.5 million and displace millions more. Muorwel’s life changed drastically, and forever.
Read more here (via the Berkeley Beacon).