South Sudan risks losing an entire generation of children.
Protracted civil war means hunger, disease, exploitation, trafficking and loss of schooling jeopardize the lives and futures of 5.1 million kids.
An estimated 237,000 face acute malnutrition this year. Rising levels of malaria and cholera also pose growing threats.
More than 15,000 children, mostly boys, have been forced to become soldiers. Killings, kidnappings and worsening sexual violence endanger many others.
Nearly 1.8 million children can't go to school.
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