Photography: Médecins Sans Frontières: South Sudan: Facing up to Reality: MSF17_IMG_2318

Kaka Maze holds her daughter Kidich Jiji, 3, who is suffering from cerebral malaria in the MSF Primary Health Care Center (PHCC) Pediatric Inpatient Ward in Pibor, Jonglei State. The girl was transferred from a remote MSF Primary Health Care Unit (PHCU) in Gumuruk, after convulsions and coma. Kidich couldn't arise from the coma, and she later passed away. Pibor is one of the largest villages of the Murle people, who are an entirely nomadic community of cattle herders, and MSF is the only healthcare providing organisation operating in the area.

Kaka Maze holds her daughter Kidich Jiji, 3, who is suffering from cerebral malaria in the MSF Primary Health Care Center (PHCC) Pediatric Inpatient Ward in Pibor, Jonglei State. The girl was transferred from a remote MSF Primary Health Care Unit (PHCU) in Gumuruk, after convulsions and coma. Kidich couldn't arise from the coma, and she later passed away. Pibor is one of the largest villages of the Murle people, who are an entirely nomadic community of cattle herders, and MSF is the only healthcare providing organisation operating in the area.