Call for information: At 3, he became one of the 20,000 ‘Lost Boys of Sudan’ during the Civil War, now he has his own coffee company – Face2Face Africa
Manyang Reath Kher is a survivor of a brutal conflict in South Sudan that burned down villages and plunged the region into abject poverty in the 1980s. At the time, he was just three years old. His father died in the conflict, and he was separated from his mother and sister.He was displaced due to the civil war and became a refugee in a camp at the Sudan-Ethiopia border. He was among the Lost Boys of Sudan, a group of 20,000 boys from the Nuer and Dinka ethnic groups who were orphaned and displaced during the Sudanese Civil War.
Source: At 3, he became one of the 20,000 ‘Lost Boys of Sudan’ during the Civil War, now he has his own coffee company – Face2Face Africa
Unfortunately, the site has closed, and there hasn’t been anything posted on their Facebook page since 2018. It may be one of the businesses Covid killed. I will post updates if I find anything out, or if someone know something, please post in the comments.