A Sudanese ‘lost boy’ brings his dreams home

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Ten years ago, Abraham Akoi stepped off a plane in Atlanta, one of several thousand "lost boys" whose hardship and escape from Sudan's brutal 22-year conflict captured the imagination of Americans.  Today, the life of this Johns Hopkins MBA graduate has come full circle, as Akoi and many other "lost boys" chose to return to their homeland to vote and help propel it into its next era.

Read the whole story at the Washington Post

Posted on January 16, 2011 In News Item, Alumni, Current Students, Faculty, International Students, Staff