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HOW ANGELO HELPS CHILDREN IN JUBA

Angelo has come a long way. As a trained economist and social scientist, many doors stand open to him, but he has decided to care for the street kids of Juba—a life he knows well, having spent years living on the street himself. Will he manage to raise enough funding for his organisation, Friendship Association for Child Protection, so he can find homes for so many children?

COME, I’LL SHOW YOU

HOW ANGELO HELPS CHILDREN IN JUBA

Angelo has come a long way. As a trained economist and social scientist, many doors stand open to him, but he has decided to care for the street kids of Juba—a life he knows well, having spent years living on the street himself. Will he manage to raise enough funding for his organisation, Friendship Association for Child Protection, so he can find homes for so many children?

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FILMMAKERS

Director Joice John Thomas
Director of Photography Simon Bingo
Editor Sebastian Prams, Christian R. Timmann
Sounddesign Jana König
Production Manager Frank John

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FILMMAKERS

Director

Joice John Thomas

Director of Photography

Simon Bingo

Editor

Sebastian Prams, Christian R. Timmann

Sounddesign

Jana König

Production Manager

Frank John

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FILM INFORMATION

Type Documentary
Length 9:01 min.
Language Arabic / English with English or German subtitles
Country of origin South Sudan
Year 2013

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FILM INFORMATION

Type

Documentary

Length

9:01 min.

Language

Arabic / English with English or German subtitles

Country of origin

South Sudan

Year

2013

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SOUTH SUDAN

South Sudan (officially the Republic of South Sudan) gained its independence from the Republic of Sudan in the north in 2011 and is the most recently recognised sovereign state in Africa. The country borders Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the Central African Republic. The capital city is Juba. English is the official language, but Arabic and many other languages are also spoken.
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A struggle for governmental power led to a civil war between 2013 and 2018, the effects of which can still be felt. About two thirds of the approximately 13 million inhabitants cannot read or write, and more than half of the population lives below the poverty line.
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Journalists in South Sudan regularly face threats, assault and intimidation efforts. Criticism of the government and its agencies is poorly tolerated. Since fighting began in 2013, the situation has worsened: many journalists were forced to flee from the violence, and many news outlets had to cease operations. On the 2020 World Press Freedom Index published by Reporters without Borders, South Sudan ranked 138th out of 180 countries.

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SOUTH SUDAN

South Sudan (officially the Republic of South Sudan) gained its independence from the Republic of Sudan in the north in 2011 and is the most recently recognised sovereign state in Africa. The country borders Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the Central African Republic. The capital city is Juba. English is the official language, but Arabic and many other languages are also spoken.
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A struggle for governmental power led to a civil war between 2013 and 2018, the effects of which can still be felt. About two thirds of the approximately 13 million inhabitants cannot read or write, and more than half of the population lives below the poverty line.
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Journalists in South Sudan regularly face threats, assault and intimidation efforts. Criticism of the government and its agencies is poorly tolerated. Since fighting began in 2013, the situation has worsened: many journalists were forced to flee from the violence, and many news outlets had to cease operations. On the 2020 World Press Freedom Index published by Reporters without Borders, South Sudan ranked 138th out of 180 countries.