Refugee Drilling for Water in South Sudan
When Buey Tut was growing up in South Sudan, he remembers the struggle to fetch water. 20 years later he tells Matthew Bannister how he's returned to drill wells in his homeland.
When Buey Tut was a boy growing up in a village in South Sudan, he remembers the daily struggle his family had to fetch water. Twenty years later, and now living in Omaha in the American state of Nebraska, Buey has founded a charity called Aqua Africa that is drilling wells in his homeland.
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(Photo: Buey Tut and villagers watch the drill at work. Credit: Aqua Africa)