Life for South Sudanese Refugees at Imvepi Settlement, Uganda
Refugees walk the dusty roads at Invepi Camp in northern Uganda.
Hot beans and cornmeal are given out to those classified as "highly vulnerable”--the elderly, sick, disabled, orphaned, and widowed--but there is never enough to give.
This is the food given out to a family of seven, to last 31 days.
This young girl desperately sucks on an empty water pipe, as Invepi Camp goes on two long days without any water.
ChildVoice student Nadia registers as a South Sudanese refugee, having joined the program in March, 2016, before war broke out in South Sudan. Now the majority of her community from the city of Yei has fled to the camps in Uganda for safety.
A South Sudanese family tries to make “home” in a foreign land.
New “permanent homes” are erected for the South Sudanese refugees. Most are coming across the border with nothing but the clothes on their backs. These tarp tents are meant to protect them from all the elements: rain, wind, and soaring African heat.