Families languishing in Protection of Civilians Sites describe conditions as horrifying

Ugali (white bread,) usually a mixture of maize flour and boiling water, plus pasted vegetables is considerable a South Sudanese descent meal. But few families can afford it, now. Picture used with permission from Isabella Kitari | 29 June 2015.

By April 30, 2019 the UN Migration Agency (IOM) estimated the number of Internally Displaced People, across South Sudan’s nearly 2 million. Slightly over 300,000 of them continue to languish in various Protection of Civilians Sites (PoCs,) where they fled for safety. However, 4 in 5 describe conditions as horrifying. They feel forgotten by their own leaders as well as the world. We visited PoC site in the country’s capital, Juba. Take a listen.