Esther Nene, 7, recounts the memories of the 2016 war in Sudan: "I remember that people run away from being killed by unknown gunmen." She wants her country to be the best country in the world. "Let people not fight. People must be fed food. The children must love one another. I dream that South Sudan is in peace. And that all the people love themselves." Sarah Jones Reports
Mark Kopajo, says he sees a South Sudan where the people are safe. "People should be safe and no suffering.Sarah Jones Reports
Seven-year-old, Tyler Deng is from Dinka in Juba. He wants to be a pilot. He shares his dream for Sudan's future : "I want South Sudan to be peaceful. No trouble, no fighting, no war."Sarah Jones Reports
Carline Emmanuel says she was in Khartoum when the war started in 2016. "I want my country to develop", she says. "Let people not fight. Let people be together."Sarah Jones Reports
"South Sudan is actually a good country," says 7- year-old Ronnie Moses. He wants to be the Minister of Science and Technology when he grows older. "I hope South Sudan may soon be a technology country."Sarah Jones Reports
Olivia James, 7, grew up in Yei city. She wants a peaceful South Sudan. "I want the fighting, the war, to not start again," James says.Sarah Jones Reports
Esther Lydia grew up in Konya Konya, a neighborhood in in the capital city of Juba in South Sudan. She hopes to see a South Sudan where "all of it is peaceful."
Sarah Jones is a reporter with KWQC/TV6news in the US. She traveled to South Sudan as an IWMF Fellow. Sarah Jones