February 13th, 2014

How 12 children scarred by Congo wars are learning to cope in adulthood

Some joined rebel groups because they were forced to. Others enlisted to defend their village. They became killers. Many were raped. All of them were traumatized by what they did and what they saw.

Now, 12 young survivors of Congo’s wars have grown up.

Read their stories, vividly illustrated in our partnership with Medium.

(Photos by Larry C. Price)

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