Dr Claudia Truppa in the in-patient department of MSF's clinic in Pibor.
Photo series taken in Pibor and Gumuruk to accompany the November 2012 Jonglei Report, describing the consequences of violence in South Sudan's Jonglei State. Direct consequences seen by MSF include gunshot and stab wounds, many women and children being among the victims. The less visible, but equally serious, indirect consequences of the violence are when people flee into the bush with no possessions, vulnerable to malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea. Furthermore, healthcare itself is under threat, and four of MSF's six clinics in Jonglei state have been looted, damaged or destroyed in the past year and a half.