Ahmed arrived at the Bredjing refugee camp in Chad nearly a year ago. He came to the camp after his village was attacked.
In his report he tells his story of having to run away and start a new life with nothing.
"One day we were out gathering firewood. They came and killed a lot of people. They took all our things. We fled.
We couldn't take anything with us at all. They burnt the whole village - every single hut was destroyed.
I didn't know where I was going. I just had to get away. We walked across the mountains from our country to get here.
The Bredjing camp was really full so my family had to live under a plastic sheet for a long time
It's been very hard living here because we don't have a tent.
Inside of Ahmed's new tent that he shares with his dad, brother and sister
But we've just moved to a new camp now called Tregine and we've got a tent. It's very basic, I share the tent with my brother and sister and my dad.
I'm happy here but it's so different from my home in Sudan. There I had all my things, goats, donkeys and cattle. But everything was stolen. All I have now is the tent and some food.
I don't know how long I'll be here, maybe a couple of months. But if it isn't safe, I might spend the rest of my life here."
Ahmed, Tregine refugee camp, Chad