"Where we live, there is no food at all, apart from the little that neighbours or well-wishers give us. I would say we’re eating once every two days, mostly maize flour, or leaves and plants collected from the ground."
Nyatay with Nyahuach Ter.
"You can see, I am an old woman, yet I am caring for young children, including this one, my lastborn. The situation used to be okay for us. We could provide and the children were happy ... Now that is all gone ... there is no food."
Nyalyauk and her three-year-old, Gatluak Wiyual.
"We are eating only sorghum sometimes, maybe two weeks of each month, maybe less. In fact, the main thing that we eat is grass and leaves, things we pick from the floor or the trees. There have been hard times here before, but not like this. This is the worst I have seen."