Yumbe residents, who are mostly Muslim, say they see the Christian refugees from South Sudan as brothers and feel a responsibility to welcome them here. "It's good to have them," says Jamila Chandru, left. "But if you can help us, too, I am happy."
Yumbe residents, who are mostly Muslim, say they see the Christian refugees from South Sudan as brothers and feel a responsibility to welcome them here. "It's good to have them," says Jamila Chandru, left. "But if you can help us, too, I am happy." Melinda Henneberger TNS/Kansas City Star
Yumbe residents, who are mostly Muslim, say they see the Christian refugees from South Sudan as brothers and feel a responsibility to welcome them here. "It's good to have them," says Jamila Chandru, left. "But if you can help us, too, I am happy." Melinda Henneberger TNS/Kansas City Star

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