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Failed sorghum crop, Rumkur, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Hyena paw prints, near houses in village of Rumkur, West Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Failed sorghum crop, Rumkur, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Magang, 11; Chagai, 29, holding one month old Nyandiar; Nyanrup, 2; Makat Luath, 40; Amakou, 6. The family live in Rumkur, West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Child in Obama: My Dream t-shirt, Rumkur, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Magang, 11; Chagai, 29, holding one month old Nyandiar; Nyanrup, 2; Makat Luath, 40; Amakou, 6. The family live in Rumkur, West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Makat Luath, 40, Rumkur, West Lakes State, South Sudan. He is wearing his old army tunic. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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One month old Nyandiar tries to feed from her mother Chagai Makoi, 29, whose breast milk has dried up. Two year old Nyanrup looks away. The family lives in a mud hut in Rumkur, in West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Photojournalist Gethin Chamberlain delivers food to Magang, 11; Chagai, 29, holding one month old Nyandiar; Nyanrup, 2; Makat Luath, 40; Amakou, 6. The family live in Rumkur, West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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One month old Nyandiar tries to feed from her mother Chagai Makoi, 29, whose breast milk has dried up. With two year old Nyanrup, right . The family lives in a mud hut in Rumkur, in West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Makat Luath, 40, Rumkur, West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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One month old Nyandiar tries to feed from her mother Chagai Makoi, 29, whose breast milk has dried up. The family lives in a mud hut in Rumkur, in West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Photojournalist Gethin Chamberlain delivers food to Magang, 11; Chagai, 29, holding one month old Nyandiar; Nyanrup, 2; Makat Luath, 40; Amakou, 6. The family live in Rumkur, West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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One month old Nyandiar tries to feed from her mother Chagai Makoi, 29, whose breast milk has dried up. The family lives in a mud hut in Rumkur, in West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Plan International worker Anthony Kamba hands food purchased by the Sunday Mirror to Magang, 11; Chagai, 29, holding one month old Nyandiar; Nyanrup, 2; Makat Luath, 40; Amakou, 6. The family live in Rumkur, West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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One month old Nyandiar tries to feed from her mother Chagai Makoi, 29, whose breast milk has dried up. The family lives in a mud hut in Rumkur, in West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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One month old Nyandiar tries to feed from her mother Chagai Makoi, 29, whose breast milk has dried up. The family lives in a mud hut in Rumkur, in West Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Plan International field coordinator Daniel Kon in Rumbek, West Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Cattle on the main road out of Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Cattle on the main road out of Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Cattle on the main road out of Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Rebecca Amok, 16, with 7 month old Yar. Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Rebecca Amok, 16, with 7 month old Yar. Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Mary Adhiak, 17. Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Mothers and children at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Malnourished child at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0021 EYE
Mother and child at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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John, 15, shot at while trying to look after family's cattle. Pictured at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0025 EYE
Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Yar Morwel, 11, with cousin Apiu Kau, two, suffering from severe malnutrition at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. Staff measure around the upper arm - if the reading is in the red zone on the tape measure the child is listed as severely malnourished. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0029 EYE
Mothers and children at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0030 EYE
Child suffering from severe malnutrition at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. Staff measure around the upper arm - if the reading is in the red zone on the tape measure the child is listed as severely malnourished. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0031 EYE
Apath Majon, 19 with daughter Cholok, 17 months old. Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0032 EYE
Jong Rok, 22 with son Bol Magar, 10 months old. Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Kau Maciek, 34, father of Apiu Kau, two. Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. He was left unable to speak after he was shot in the head. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Kau Maciek, 34, father of Apiu Kau, two. Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. He was left unable to speak after he was shot in the head. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0038 EYE
Mothers and children at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0039 EYE
Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Pharmacy at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0050 EYE
Mothers and children at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Mother and child at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Mother and child at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Monica Aluel, 30, with daughter Adok Makur, one. Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Monica Aluel, 30, with daughter Adok Makur, one. Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0055 EYE
CHild at Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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EN_01265657_0056 EYE
Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Jong Rok, 22 with son Bol Magar, 10 months old. Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Yar Morwel, 11, with cousin Apiu Kau, two. Abiriu Primary Health Care Centre, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Mary Nyana Dong, 17 with son Akolde, six months. Rumbek Girls School, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Rumbek Girls School, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. L-R Martha Nyanadong, 17, Priscilla Ayen, 16, Mary Nyana Dong, 17 with son Akolde, six months. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Rebecca Katibo, 21. Rumbek Girls School, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Girls at Rumbek Girls School, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Eleanor Aluel, married at 17, Rumbek Girls School, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Rebecca Katibo, 21. shows off her wedding ring at Rumbek Girls School, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. She was married in 2011 when she was 15. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Rebecca Katibo, 21. Rumbek Girls School, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Village houses, Rumbek, Western Lakes State, South Sudan South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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Martha Nyanadong, 17, Rumbek Girls School, Western Lakes State, South Sudan. She married in February 2017. South Sudan is grappling with famine and severe hunger. Now, despite a heavy UN presence and the efforts of many of the world's largest organisations, delivering life-saving aid is about to become more difficult. After rains failed last year across the Horn of Africa, now they have started to fall on to the parched, dry earth. Soon, large parts of the country will be inaccessible to all vehicles but helicopters. Last year's lack of rain is one reason for the food shortages, but the descent into armed conflict and chaos is the real cause of the crisis in South Sudan, where it has become too dangerous to farm the fields. At least 100,000 people are now affected by famine, with 1 million more at immediate risk. More than 5 million could be affected by the crisis over the next few weeks. The civil war that erupted in 2013 has escalated from a dispute between President Salva Kiir, from the dominant Dinka ethnic group, and exiled vice-president Riek Machar, an ethnic Nuer, into a full-blown crisis of deadly rivalries, cattle raiding and revenge killings. ? Gethin Chamberlain / eyevine
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