Posted by in News on September 16, 2014

Women in South Sudan: ‘They attack us at toilets or where we collect water’

Julie Francis’s self-imposed curfew starts when the sun sets. The widowed mother of four has been living at the UN base outside Malakal since December, one of more than 17,000 people who have fled there to escape fighting in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State capital. But the overcrowded camp is not without its own dangers, especially for women and girls.

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Source: Guardian


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