Photo Essay: Life in South Sudan’s Old Fangak

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The mother of four-month-old Nyapa Bidit walked for 14 hours from a nearby village to reach the clinic, where Nyapa was admitted for 11 days with a respiratory infection and malaria

 

25 May 2018 | Photos: Frederic Noy for Médecins Sans Frontières | The Guardian

Before civil war erupted, Old Fangak was home to about 5,000 people. But since December 2013, the remote town in South Sudan’s Jonglei state has become a refuge for people fleeing the fighting, swelling its numbers tenfold

Original Link:  A safe haven on the Nile: life in South Sudan’s Old Fangak – in pictures

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