Wau region, Bahr El-Ghazal state, Southern Sudan.\nThousands of people, originaly from Southern Sudan, who used to live in Sudan and particularly in Khartoum city for years are now coming back to their homeland. They are given plots of land to live. They had to stay in transit camps for months before they receive the promised land from the Southern Sudan government. Santo Toy, a polio handicapped, was born in this region but went to Khartoum with his parents where they lived 16 years. Santo and his father haven't received yet their plot of land. He is on his way to the transit camp where he stays with his father.