The lost boys of Sudan

Our nation is quite divided on the issue of refugees as we grapple with the huge issues that it brings to the surface, but often we know very little about them.

The Reverend Abraham Maluk is part of the “Lost Boys” of Sudan, a name given to about  20,000 boys who actually managed to reach survivor camps in neighbouring countries.

Since being given a new home in Australia, he has founded an orphanage back in South Sudan to cater for the current generation of children still losing their families due to the continuing violence.

Tim Brunero spoke to the Rev. Maluk this morning.


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Producer: Sue Reece

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