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Returning for learning

Former refugee aims to repay favor by funding Sudanese village school

By John Laidler
Globe Correspondent / January 28, 2007

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Franco Majok says education saved his life -- literally. It was his reading and other skills that helped him escape the civil war in Sudan as a young man and later to survive as a refugee. (Full article: 1129 words)

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