Providing healthcare in a country at war
South Sudan’s brutal two-year civil war is forcing an increasing number of civilians, who are often the victims of violence, to flee their homes. Over two million people have been internally displaced or taken refuge in a neighboring country since the start of the conflict. Present in South Sudan since 2006, Handicap International is providing humanitarian response to people caught up in the fighting, particularly in the field of health.
Injured in a tanker explosion in Maridi in September 2015, Mary was given physical therapy by Handicap International’s team in Juba. She can now perform everyday tasks again. | © L.Vlaeminck / Handicap International