In Juba now for almost a week. Beside the bureaucratic stuff needed to work here, have spent most of my time trying to find an interesting story. Unfortunately there's nothing or almost nothing new to do. My friend and colleague Jose Miguel Calatayud, AKA Chemi, have been working on a story on IDPs. The past two days we have been in contact with the tough reality of displaced life.
Below, a photograph of one of our subjects, Rosa Jonathan, a Southern Sudanese woman who arrived from Khartoum last January. Rosa lives with her 6 children in a small rented house outside Gudele, a small locality in the outskirts of Juba. Rosa and her family depend uniquely on the help of United Nations' World Food Program.