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February 03, 2014 · 4:15 PM EST
Two-year-old Musa Shep traveled with his family for 20 days from Gabanit.
Saddam Omar walked for eight days from Pi.He is 25 years old.
Ajuk Ido from 20 days from Jam. He is over 70 years old.
Aradia Sheikh walked 16 days from Al Ahmer. She is 6 years old.
Hamjima Absana walked from Igor. She is 13 years old.
Muhammed Nusa, a 40 year old man from Igor, walked 40 days to the border after months of displacement in Blue Nile.
Gasim Issa walked for 20 days from Igor. He is in his 50s.
Zaida John walked for 30 days from Gabanit. She is in her 20s.
Jamun Mam walked for "many" days from Iferi. She is over 70 years old.
Awat Suliman walked for 30 days from Gabanit. He is 35 years old.
Muhammed Hajana walked 30 days from Tiful. He is in his 30s.
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