Since the start of the civil war, 165,000 South Sudanese refugees have fled the violence at home and crossed the border into Sudan´s White Nile State. Lulwa Al Kilansi, a Palestinian project manager with medical humanitarian organization Medécins sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has been working in the Al Kashafa refugee camp hospital in White Nile State for the last six months. She reflects on how refugees have adapted to their new home.
From one refugee to another, I hope you can return home soon
Al Kashafa is one of the oldest camps for South Sudanese in the area, but people there are still dependent on international agencies to provide food, water, healthcare and education. (©MSF)