There is so little food in South Sudan that Nyamouch and her one-year-old daughter are forced to eat leaves from the ground. Read their story.Read this story
There is so little food in South Sudan that Nyamouch and her one-year-old daughter are forced to eat leaves from the ground. Read their story.
Nyanwot Lam is just two years old. Her home was destroyed during the conflict in South Sudan and her family were forced to leave their homes and flee into the bush. Nyanwot’s illness began in April 2014, but she has been in the hospital for only three days. As it is difficult for her to chew anything, [...]
Kamis, 5, arrived alone in Juba, South Sudan with no family and no way of describing where he came from. This is his story.
The lives of children in South Sudan are under threat. Without your help, children like Mary will struggle to survive. Read her story.
UNICEF UK's Catherine Cottrell recently travelled to South Sudan to meet children and families who've fled conflict but are still living in danger, and in urgent need of life-saving care and supplies.
Jock is nine-months-old and lives in South Sudan. Despite his young age he has experienced enough hardship and danger for a lifetime. Read his story.
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