Children in South Sudan more vulnerable than ever

Nyawuar and Tasou eat their daily meal at a camp for displaced people in Juba, the capital.

Nyawuar, 5, and Tasou, 2, sit on the ground to eat their daily meal in Juba, South Sudan. They live in a makeshift tent which they share with 11 other children. All of them were forced to leave their homes by the conflict in the country.

Children like Nyawuar and Tasou are on the brink of losing their childhood. Violence in South Sudan has left them and thousands of others more vulnerable than ever.

Your support can help children caught in the conflict. Read more stories from South Sudan.