Photography: Médecins Sans Frontières: South Sudan: Peace, What Peace: MSF05_jw_3466

'Some of the patients had gunshot wounds in the head, in the chest, abdomen, and fractures in the leg and hand. The scene was very strong and we had a shortage of everything, but when IRC came they brought materials. When we received all the patients, the wards were very full and even the operating theater. We worked for three days, night and day. We received so many patients at one time. Adults, children, men and women. They were just sleeping.'MSF Anaesthesiologist Gatwech Lual restrains gunshot victim Rout Meet Makuach, 27, during surgery. Makuach was transferred by air from his village in Jonglei State, Lankien, to the MSF-H Nasir Hospital.

'Some of the patients had gunshot wounds in the head, in the chest, abdomen, and fractures in the leg and hand. The scene was very strong and we had a shortage of everything, but when IRC came they brought materials. When we received all the patients, the wards were very full and even the operating theater. We worked for three days, night and day. We received so many patients at one time. Adults, children, men and women. They were just sleeping.' 

MSF Anaesthesiologist Gatwech Lual restrains gunshot victim Rout Meet Makuach, 27, during surgery. Makuach was transferred by air from his village in Jonglei State, Lankien, to the MSF-H Nasir Hospital.