“It’s a task to guarantee a meal for me and my children daily. When it takes more than a day to get food, the children would become fussy and cry tirelessly. Water amongst many other things is a strong necessity; our cheapest source of it is by rainfall which in turn trickles through our bamboo and sack built shack, till inside feels like outside”.
Life is hard! Nyawo Chol a mother of 4 children recounts the stark reality of living in South Sudan, Africas youngest country.
“My husband was killed during the civil war as our country transited to independence.” Nyawo was grossly affected by the crisis in South Sudan and was forced to move into the Mangaten IDP camp.
Nyawo would be recounting the costs of war, what it means to be hungry and life of dejection in her own country. Stay tuned!!! Support the Mission work currently going on in South Sudan by clicking the link on our bio or by making a free donation here: www.theinnercitymission.ngo/donate