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Published on Feb 28, 2014
Teenage refugees, Kathryn and Emma, were separated from their parents while escaping the conflict in South Sudan. The girls have taken on the role of mother to their younger siblings in the Uganda camps.
Kathryn and Emma share their story and their hope to return to school in this short yet moving video taken at the Baratuku Refugee Camp, Uganda.
Plan International says getting back to school -- and normality -- is key if the girls are to escape the burden of early parenthood, and survive the crisis with their education intact. To help girls like Kathryn and Emma, please visit http://planusa.org/southsudan.