South Sudan crisis

South Sudan: The people continue to suffer

The head chief worries about the great suffering he sees ahead, particularly hunger.

A hole lot more than just a toilet

In an emergency, food, water and safety are usually considered the essentials for survival, but in South Sudan the humble toilet is also changing – and saving – lives.

Without its farmers, South Sudan is close to famine

The theme for this year’s World Food Day is ‘family farming’ but there’s not a lot to celebrate in South Sudan where the spectre of famine looms large.

South Sudan: The forgotten girls

Even before the crisis, South Sudan was one of the world’s worst places to be a girl.

Going back: A South Sudanese refugee's journey home

Imagine travelling for six years across three countries to get away from your war torn homeland. What would make you want to go back?

To the leaders of South Sudan: Look into your hearts

As I dodge a swarm of mosquitoes at the Malakal camp, I realise how deeply angry I am about the situation in South Sudan.

South Sudan: Seeds of hope

Nyanyin Jek just walked for two days through Uror county. She is pregnant and hopes to receive medical support at CARE's health clinic in Yuai.

“Hunger, malnutrition and pain is the norm”

What did you think? says Isaac Ibrahim, a CARE-employed nurse, as our truck pulls away from Pariang Hospital in South Sudan.

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