Ahmat (16 when we met him) loves to study. He also likes to ride a bicycle, play football, and listen to music. He could do all of these, until his village in Darfur was destroyed.
In a refugee camp, where he and his family fled to, there is no secondary education, so Ahmat had nothing to do after finishing primary school. He decided to risk his life by going back in to Darfur to one of the few towns that is still standing and has schools. As far as we know, he is still in Darfur, where a young man his age is the primary target to be killed by the Janjaweed and the Sudanese army.