A Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) government soldier from the 2nd Battalion smokes a cigarette at the SPLA headquarters in Nyang, in the county of Yirol East, South Sudan. 




A South Sudanese woman fights for food supplies, distributed by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) at the Mingkaman temporary camp, South Sudan.




A South Sudanese Internally Displaced Person (IDP) walks in the temporary camp in Mingkaman, South Sudan.




Women grieve the loss of their home in a village between Mingkaman and Bunagok. 




Aerial view of Mingkaman IDPs' camp located on the banks of the White Nile. On the other side of the river lies Bor, the town fought between the army and the rebels.




Young displaced Dinka walking on the banks of the White Nile in Mingkaman's refugee camp.




Nuer child passes through the barbed wire in the IDP camp in Juba. In this camp, run by the UNMISS mission in Juba, thousands of Nuer ethnicity's South Sudanese have sought protection from Dinkas' attacks. 




Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) government soldiers from the 2nd Battalion pose at the SPLA headquarters in Nyang, in the county of Yirol East, South Sudan.





 

Residents attend the Sunday Christian mass at Yirol church. Fighting between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and former vice president Riek Machar erupted in South Sudan, sparking heavy clashes across the country that have left thousands dead and displaced close to 900,000 people.



An SPLA soldier recovers after losing his leg during a firefight with rebels in Yirol East.





Dinka guardian checks his cattle in the Cattle Camp near Yirol. The cows are the heart of South Sudan's economy, they represent wealth and prosperity. For generations, young Dinkas guard the herds.





Young Dinka plays with a carcass in the Cattle Camp near Yirol.