View the Replay of our Sudan Live Chat

Malual Deng Duot, a Lost Boy of Sudan, made the most of his new beginning. He fled his homeland as a 9 year old to escape the horrors of a violent war.  After living in a refugee camp in Kenya for the rest of his childhood, Malual came to America. Now, Malual is preparing to graduate with a master’s degree from Villanova University this year, and he is a husband and father of two young girls.

Read about Malual’s new beginning, and view the chat transcript below.

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5 Responses to “View the Replay of our Sudan Live Chat”

  1. Pamela Says:

    Thank you for answering my question yesterday. I too believe it is our faith in God that gets us through difficult times.

  2. Deborah Says:

    For those of us who missed it, will you be publishing the chat log?

  3. Patrick Carney Says:

    It is live on our blog. There was a technical glitch, and now it is back. Thanks.

  4. Rabecca Says:

    Hi Dan,
    I am so excited reading this life chat replay with Malual, one of our lost boys, I have followed the chat keenly and it is really inspiring. When will CRS have this kind of a live chat again, i would love to sign in for it if there will be another similar one.
    Thanks again for posting this,
    Regards,
    Rabecca

  5. Patrick Carney Says:

    Rabecca,

    Thanks for your interest in our Lost Boy live chat. This was the second live chat we’ve done (we also did a chat with our staff from Haiti on the one year anniversary of the tragic Haiti earthquake).

    We promote upcoming live events on CRS.org, the CRS Voices Blog, and on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

    Thank you.

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