One of Sudan's 'Lost Boys' Finds a Way to Help Other Refugees
(VOA): A cup of coffee is a good way for many to start the day. But it can also do far greater good. Manyang Kher, a former Sudanese child refugee – one of the so-called Lost Boys and now a US citizen – is passionate about helping refugees build a brighter future. And he does it with coffee. VOA’s June Soh talked with the founder of a social enterprise, 734 coffee. VOA's Carol Pearson narrates her report.
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Published Date: Tuesday, April 24th, 2018 | 12:45 PM
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