Africa: Darfur and South Sudan: SOUTHSUDANWARANDFAMINE008

Severely malnourished Nyajuba, 2, is held by her mother, Elizabeth Garyang, as she is weighed in the out-patient department of Doctors Without Borders in the camp for internally displaced from Juba,  at the base of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan in Juba, South Sudan, May 9, 2014.  Roughly  one million Southern Sudanese have been displaced from their homes since the start of the civil war in December 2013, and many have been unable to plant crops to harvest the next season as the civil war rages in the country, pitting ethnic Nu'er against Dinka. According to the United Nations official coordinating humanitarian aid in South Sudan, if the civil war doesn't stop, and the country does not receive international aid, South Sudan will face the worst starvation in Africa since the 1980s, when hundreds of thousands of people died in Ethiopia’s famine. (Credit: Lynsey Addario)

Severely malnourished Nyajuba, 2, is held by her mother, Elizabeth Garyang, as she is weighed in the out-patient department of Doctors Without Borders in the camp for internally displaced from Juba, at the base of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan in Juba, South Sudan, May 9, 2014. Roughly one million Southern Sudanese have been displaced from their homes since the start of the civil war in December 2013, and many have been unable to plant crops to harvest the next season as the civil war rages in the country, pitting ethnic Nu'er against Dinka. According to the United Nations official coordinating humanitarian aid in South Sudan, if the civil war doesn't stop, and the country does not receive international aid, South Sudan will face the worst starvation in Africa since the 1980s, when hundreds of thousands of people died in Ethiopia’s famine. (Credit: Lynsey Addario)