One of Timpir’s board members, Tash Elsley’s lecturer is currently volunteering with MSF in South Sudan. The situation in parts of South Sudan is dire. The communities in Northern Bahr el Ghazal which Timpir supports are fortunately currently not being directly impacted on, but our thoughts are with the more than 1.5 million displaced, and all those who are being affected by the current conflict.
‘Major Humanitarian Crisis’ in South Sudan
Uganda at breaking point as Bidi Bidi becomes world’s largest refugee campUganda at breaking point as Bidi Bidi becomes world’s largest refugee camp
via the Refugee Law Project (RLP) “Roughly 3.5 million South Sudanese people – at least one – quarter of the entire country’s population – have had to leave their homes
This wonderful student is the captain of the Wäramoth primary school volleyball team. Volleyball is the main sport that girls play at school, with boys playing soccer. The volleyball captain
Surviving South Sudan’s escalating violence: life in a UN camp – in pictures #SouthSudan for theguardian.com. More photos to show the dire conditions for thousands of people displaced by ongoing