Nima has a sister and two brothers. We met them outside of their home in refugee camp Kounoungo, in Eastern Chad. Nima, her family, and millions of other Darfuris have had to flee their homes in order to stay alive. Nima’s father, Adam, is building a library in camp Kounoungo. He believes in helping others, so he sold some of his remaining animals to build the structure, out of mud, where he hopes to teach others about the outside world. Adam told us that only the international community can help peace come to Darfur. He would love to take Nima back to Darfur, where they used to have a nice home with papaya and mango trees around it.