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An Extra Line of Support

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“We have become famous in our community,” Souliman said, speaking of himself and the other coaches of the Refugees United Soccer Academy in camp Goz Amer.

The Refugees United Soccer Academy is the only organized soccer program for boys and girls in camp Goz Amer—a camp of more than 20,000 refugees from Darfur, Sudan. Souliman and the coaches have gone above and beyond their call of duty—they’ve taken it upon themselves to ensure every child is supported and cared for, on and off the field.