Photography: Médecins Sans Frontières: South Sudan: Facing up to Reality: MSF23_IMG_3108

Tonyang Coli brings her 2.5 year old son Lele Bok to the MSF Primary Health Care Center (PHCC) every other day to replace the dressing on his burns. Children are commonly burned by open fire, usually resulting in 3rd degree burns. The PHCC serves one of the largest villages of the Murle people, Pibor, who are an entirely nomadic community of cattle herders. MSF is the only healthcare providing organisation operating in Pibor, Jonglei State.

Tonyang Coli brings her 2.5 year old son Lele Bok to the MSF Primary Health Care Center (PHCC) every other day to replace the dressing on his burns. Children are commonly burned by open fire, usually resulting in 3rd degree burns. The PHCC serves one of the largest villages of the Murle people, Pibor, who are an entirely nomadic community of cattle herders. MSF is the only healthcare providing organisation operating in Pibor, Jonglei State.