Until they were 6, Bill and his friends Emmanuel and Jean-Jacques lived together in Mkugwa, a camp of 2,000 Central African refugees in Northwest Tanzania. Their parents were close friends, and the boys grew up sharing meals, soccer games, wheelbarrow rides. Then, in October 2006, everything changed.First, Bill's family won the "resettlement lottery"and were granted visas to the United States. Then Mkugwa closed, and Emma's and Jean-Jacques's families were sent on to different camps, different probable futures. Gulfs started to yawn among the three boys' experiences. Today, the onetime soccer buddies are nearly 10. For a glimpse of their lives now, click the viewer pane at right for our latest audio slideshow.Travel for this project's Africa reporting was funded in part by a grant from The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.