The yard does not belong to the Steven Bol Adok family, they just rent one sleeping tuku (hut) and share the compound with a women who rents a cooking-hut. They share with Elisabeth Deng whose front door is so close that it is natural to share the same fire. Elisabeth is a widow. Her husband was a teacher. In 1994, along with four other teachers he was arrested. They were eventually released but died one-by-one afterward. “They did not survive their torture,” says Elisabeth, raising her daughter as sister for Nyajina. She is part of the family.

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