A young boy looks over the remains of his house. Only the outer stone walls of the houses remain after Janjaweed Arab militias attacked the village in April. Most of its inhabitants fled and are now in refugee camps. This boy’s family had to stay in the area because they had no animals to make the week long journey to the border, and some members of the family were too old to walk. They hid for months, surviving on little food. With the area now under the control of the SLA (Sudanese Liberation Army) they feel safer and have returned to the village.