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.
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
The unarmed civilians bringing peace to South Sudan