Beatrice Debut/MSF
Continuing clashes in Upper Nile state in South Sudan are leading to more deaths and displacements of people. Over 1,665 families, mainly from the Shilluk tribe, have left Melut since the beginning of April and sought refuge in Noon, across the river Nile. They live under trees and have extremely limited access to latrines, leading to open defecation and have to travel long distances to fetch water from the Nile.