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Davorah Nyariera fled fighting in Bentiu  with her children and grandchildren. Having lost everything they own, they live in simple straw hu...

Davorah Nyariera fled fighting in Bentiu with her children and grandchildren. Having lost everything they own, they live in simple straw hu...

How the famous picture of Halabja victims was taken. I can't help but think we press people do have something of vultures. But what else can you do to bring the message to the world? As famous (anti) war photographer James Nachtwey once put it: "If you don't shoot it, who will?"

How the famous picture of Halabja victims was taken. I can't help but think we press people do have something of vultures. But what else can you do to bring the message to the world? As famous (anti) war photographer James Nachtwey once put it: "If you don't shoot it, who will?"

Innocent victims: Not only have the people of Sudan had to deal with a brutal war, but the country is mere months away from full-blown famine.

Innocent victims: Not only have the people of Sudan had to deal with a brutal war, but the country is mere months away from full-blown famine.

The United Nations humanitarian chief, Valerie Amos, announced today that she has allocated more than US$20 million to help alleviate the su...

The United Nations humanitarian chief, Valerie Amos, announced today that she has allocated more than US$20 million to help alleviate the su...

South Sudan is a land of plenty. So why are million of its people going hungry? | Oxfam America First Person Blog

Nyangatom girl with nyeboli ornaments on the back of the necklace. The land of the Nyangatom is traditionally around Mount Naita, so they live just north of the disputed Ilemi triangle, currently held by Kenya in both South Sudan and Ethiopia. | by World_Discoverer

Nyangatom girl with nyeboli ornaments on the back of the necklace. The land of the Nyangatom is traditionally around Mount Naita, so they live just north of the disputed Ilemi triangle, currently held by Kenya in both South Sudan and Ethiopia. | by World_Discoverer

A handout picture released by the UN on January 5, shows internally displaced persons resting in Pibor, Jonglei state after fleeing the surrounding areas following a wave of bloody ethnic violence. More than 3,000 people were killed in South Sudan in brutal massacres last week in bloody ethnic violence that forced thousands to flee, the top local official in the affected area said Friday. (Isaac Billy)

A handout picture released by the UN on January 5, shows internally displaced persons resting in Pibor, Jonglei state after fleeing the surrounding areas following a wave of bloody ethnic violence. More than 3,000 people were killed in South Sudan in brutal massacres last week in bloody ethnic violence that forced thousands to flee, the top local official in the affected area said Friday. (Isaac Billy)

Last year World Vision reached almost eight million people around the world who were struggling to feed themselves and their children. On #WorldFoodDay, 16 October, we are thinking of the people who still struggle to make sure their children get the food they need to grow up healthy and happy today.

Last year World Vision reached almost eight million people around the world who were struggling to feed themselves and their children. On #WorldFoodDay, 16 October, we are thinking of the people who still struggle to make sure their children get the food they need to grow up healthy and happy today.

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