Africa: Darfur and South Sudan: SOUTHSUDANWARANDFAMINE010

Internally displaced people wait for a water at dawn at the base of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan in Bentiu, South Sudan, May 4, 2014.  IDPs living at the UNMISS camp in Bentiu face a limited supply of water, and are living in highly unsanitary conditions, where raw sewage flows openly throughout the camp, and children have high rates of diarrhea and skin ailments frequently caused by exposure to tainted water. Over twenty thousand IDPs live at the UNMISS base in Bentiu, and one million Southern Sudanese have been displaced from their homes as the civil war rages in the country, pitting ethnic Nu'er against Dinka.  The United Nations has scrambled to provide unprecedented safe havens for civilians inside their camps, but funding to provide for this emergency situation has been limited.  (Credit: Lynsey Addario)

Internally displaced people wait for a water at dawn at the base of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan in Bentiu, South Sudan, May 4, 2014. IDPs living at the UNMISS camp in Bentiu face a limited supply of water, and are living in highly unsanitary conditions, where raw sewage flows openly throughout the camp, and children have high rates of diarrhea and skin ailments frequently caused by exposure to tainted water. Over twenty thousand IDPs live at the UNMISS base in Bentiu, and one million Southern Sudanese have been displaced from their homes as the civil war rages in the country, pitting ethnic Nu'er against Dinka. The United Nations has scrambled to provide unprecedented safe havens for civilians inside their camps, but funding to provide for this emergency situation has been limited. (Credit: Lynsey Addario)