On behalf of all people, let us all end the war on our plates and our glasses and join the peace and compassion force and love one another. Enjoy a life of love and integrity. I thank you in advance for your positive actions.
“Lopez Lomong (born Lopepe Lomong) is a Sudanese-born American track and field athlete. Lomong, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan, came to the United States at the age of 16 and became a U.S. citizen in 2007. His real birthdate is January 5, 1985, but like all Lost Boys who came to the United States without paperwork, his official birthday is listed as January 1. Lomong qualified for 2008 Summer Olympics in the 1500 meters at the United States Olympic track and field trials in Eugene, Oregon.
A former refugee who has returned to his home in Burundi, Adrian started a clothing shop with help from a UNDP scheme. 17,000 people are benefiting from UNDP's reintegration initiatives for both returning refugees and former combatants in Burundi. Photo: UNDP Burundi