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 Gabriel Mujak Joak, a trader in Nyal market, offers food and other necessities on credit to trusted community members because he realizes it's essential to support them.
 Angelina comforts her baby, Nyaladu

Angelina Nyadoang Juack, 38, and her family are from Nyal and her husband lives in an IDP camp in Juba. She has seen conditions in Nyal deteriorate over the years.
 Chuong Majiok Chuol, 41, holds her child, Nyajieck. This family fled from Koch to Nyal in August 2015, and are living on the outskirts of Nyal, South Sudan.
 Sisters in law Bayak Kumy Baguor, 85 (in blue dress) and Linydit Wiew Goak, around 80, both blind and partially blind wait in line for a Mercy Corps cash distribution in Nyal, South Sudan, funded by the UK government, on 29 April 2017.
 Angelina Nyadechni Kai, age unknown, supports a family of 8. They fled from Myandit because of fighting and took 5 days to reach Nyaot island. Before receiving WFP food, they collected and ate water lilies. The family is hosting another family because they don't have their own shelter.
 Overall views of Nyaot island, South Sudan. Nyoat island has approximately 440 people without a school, nor health clinic. Many rely on WFP food distributions.
 Nyaluide Machak, 25, grinds sorghum rations with a pestle on Nyoat island.
 Overall views of Nyaot island, South Sudan. Nyoat island has approximately 440 people without a school, nor health clinic. Many rely on WFP food distributions.
  The Sudd swamp
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