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 Mabior talking with SC staff. Photo Mackenzie Knowles-Courson/Save the Children

'I am still afraid now'

When fighting started near Mabior’s home in Bor he ran out of his house with his parents and his four brothers and three sisters.

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Martha, a member of a community farming group supported by Save the Children, outside her home in Pagak, Upper Nile state with her youngest child, 18-month-old Nyamalakal. (Colin Crowley/Save the Children)

'I grow vegetables so my children can go to school'

Martha, 37, lives in Pagak, Upper Nile state. She has six children – four daughters and two sons – aged between 15 years and 18 months old. Like many other people in the area Martha often struggles to feed her family as floods followed by drought mean that it is hard to grow sufficient crops.

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Hear It From the Children - South Sudan

Hear It From the Children - South Sudan

Hear It From The Children’(HIFTC) report provides a fascinating insight into what children from communities that have been most affected by the South Sudan conflict consider to be their top priorities. A clear message has emerged from the children, and it is that, “…we want to learn – even during war.” It is a simple but powerful message that challenges us all to re-think how we can best respond to children’s needs in times of conflict

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3-year-old Pagak smiles up at his mother while being treated at a health centre supported by Save the Children in Upper Nile state, South Sudan (Colin Crowley/Save the Children)

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3-year-old Pagak smiles up at his mother while being treated at a health centre supported by Save the Children in Upper Nile state, South Sudan (Colin Crowley/Save the Children)

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