More than a year of conflict has left a devastating mark on the world’s youngest country.
Since conflict erupted in South Sudan in December 2013, families have been plunged into unimaginable chaos. Tens of thousands have been killed and nearly two million more have fled their homes in terror. Half a million have escaped over the border, with many settling in Ethiopia, as well as Kenya, Sudan and Uganda. Many others are sheltering at makeshift camps in states that have so far escaped the worst of the fighting, such as Warrap and Northern Bahr el Ghazal, where we are supporting families.
Learn more about the current crisis in South Sudan