Cédric Gerbehaye/Agence Vu
A boy, with an amputated leg due to lack of access to care after being bitten by a snake, on the banks of the Pibor River in Jonglei State. Up to 75 per cent of people cannot access even the most basic healthcare in South Sudan. Apart from a small Ministry of Health facility in Pibor town, MSF is the only primary healthcare provider for over 160,000 people in this part of Jonglei State.