Hunger & Livelihoods

Tuesday 14 February 2023

Walking to Save Lives of Children in the Communities.

Community Nutrition Worker Nyawany, 27, visits one-year-old Machar*, who is receiving treatment for S.A.M, at her home in Akobo West, South Sudan. Photo: Save the Children

“This lady saved the life of my daughter.” These are the words of Nyadhial, whose baby daughter, Machar, fell dangerously ill with severe acute malnutrition.

Monday 17 October 2022

FLOODING, CONFLICT, AND HUNGER CRUSHING THE LIVES OF SOUTH SUDAN’S CHILDREN

 
A young boy stands in front of a flooded house in Warrap state, South Sudan. The country is facing its worst food crisis since independence in 2011. Photo by Belinda Goldsmith/Save the Children

 

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Friday 10 June 2022

IDPS in Bor Find Hope to Start a New Life After Displacement by Floods

Abut, 40, and her grandchildren at home in Bor, South Sudan IDP camp. She is among 2400 IDPs supported by Save the Children to start a new life after displacement by floods in 2020. Photo: Daniel Danis/Save the Children.

Wednesday 8 June 2022

Conflicts & flood-affected households in Bor receive cash assistance from ECHO project

The ECHO Cash Project enables families to meet critical basic needs and increase their resilience to future shocks. It is implemented by Save the Children, ACF & IRC

Friday 4 March 2022

Kilimanjaro, 23, a physically challenged returnee and a cobbler, now finds hope in business through piggery

Kilimanjaro, 23, a physically challenged returnee and a cobbler, now finds hope in business through piggery

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