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Amazing Grace Orphanage, Adjumani, Uganda. A Sudanese refugee living in Uganda. : Stock Photo
She suffers from polio. After her mother died, her father sold her wheelchair to buy alcohol. The woman who runs the orphanage found her alone in a house, unable to leave.

Amazing Grace Orphanage, Adjumani, Uganda. A Sudanese refugee living in Uganda.

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Stephen Alvarez
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She suffers from polio. After her mother died, her father sold her wheelchair to buy alcohol. The woman who runs the orphanage found her alone in a house, unable to leave.
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