The story of South Sudan is extremely complex – but in some ways it’s also simple: It’s about surviving. To make it from morning to night, from today till tomorrow. The meaning of life is to keep it and then see what happens. This is what war and hunger does to people, and right now this is the harsh reality in South Sudan. A country only six years old – but already on the verge of killing itself.
South Sudan is currently experiencing the third largest refugee crisis in the world. More than four million people have fled their homes because of the ethnic civil war between the Dinka and Nuer-tribes.