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South Sudan has the highest maternal mortality rate in the world. What will you do to help? www.nonviolentpeaceforce.org  -Photo credit Andreas Bruhn

South Sudan has the highest maternal mortality rate in the world. What will you do to help? www.nonviolentpeaceforce.org -Photo credit Andreas Bruhn

Due to severe food shortages in South Sudan most families are surviving on leaves from the 'Lalob' trees.  The leaves are not very nutritious and believed to cause diarrhoea in children - but they are all people have to eat.

Due to severe food shortages in South Sudan most families are surviving on leaves from the 'Lalob' trees. The leaves are not very nutritious and believed to cause diarrhoea in children - but they are all people have to eat.

Children in South Sudan face many challenges to attend school. But with the help of its partners, the South Sudanese government has launched the “Back to sch...

Children in South Sudan face many challenges to attend school. But with the help of its partners, the South Sudanese government has launched the “Back to sch.

Picture taken on February 24, 2014 shows South Sudanese women waiting in line for food distribution inside the UNMISS compound in Juba on Fe...

Picture taken on February 2014 shows South Sudanese women waiting in line for food distribution inside the UNMISS compound in Juba on Fe.

Of the 22.5k who read my #southsudan posts please can you give £3 to help us help here. (via @HarrietTolputt)  Text water to 70064. pic.twitter.com/skN1TsDUp7

Of the 22.5k who read my #southsudan posts please can you give £3 to help us help here. (via @HarrietTolputt) Text water to 70064. pic.twitter.com/skN1TsDUp7

South Sudan One Year On

South Sudan's refugee camps flooded – in pictures

Jamam refugee camp: South Sudan Amuna Mol, a mother of three, grinds sorghum by hand outside her tent. The sorghum is pounded into kisra, a traditional Sudanese flatbread that forms the basis of her family's meals Photograph: Alun McDonald/Oxfam

Check out this amazing article by @TheGuardian on Nonviolent ‪#‎Peaceforce‬'s work in ‪#‎SouthSudan‬. Repin for your friends! #TheGuardian

The unarmed civilians bringing peace to South Sudan

Check out this amazing article by @TheGuardian on Nonviolent ‪#‎Peaceforce‬'s work in ‪#‎SouthSudan‬. Repin for your friends! #TheGuardian

NP Field Update April 2014: South Sudan

Update from South Sudan - April 2014

South Sudan crisis infographic: UK aid as of 19 May 2014 by DFID - UK Department for International Development, via Flickr

South Sudan crisis infographic: UK aid as of 19 May 2014 by DFID - UK Department for International Development, via Flickr

Children in #southsudan need your help. According to UNICEF, out of an estimated 748,000 internally displaced children, 400,000 children are out of school; more than 11,000 children have been recruited into armed groups and forces; and over 6,600 children have been separated from their families. 60 per cent of south sudanese people are under 18, these numbers indicate a grim future for the children of south sudan, some of whom have already lived through a civil war.  As the holidays are…

such innocence and joy Children of South Sudan

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