3 Questions: Why we're in South Sudan

No access to health care, except for those that are being provided by aid agencies. Very difficult to find clean drinking water. Prolonged years now of failed harvests, leading to increased food insecurity. And then of course, just the never-ending feeling that violence could rip apart your life and the life of your family. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has had over a dozen of our medical facilities in South Sudan either attacked, looted, or in some cases burned to the ground. MSF is not going to simply leave because one of our facilities is targeted, but it's very, very difficult to be in a place where you see the overwhelming medical need, and you see the results on a community when that health care is taken away from them.