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     Recently arrived refugee from South Sudan with tradition marking on her face gathered to welcome the arrival of Filippo Grandi, United High Commissioner for Refugees, pray at Pagirinya refugee settlement in Adjumani district of Uganda August 29, 2016. Due to a fresh waves of violence started in July, nearly 90,000 refugees arrived in Uganda.      War-torn South Sudan slid back into chaos in July with fresh fighting in the capital Juba that forced rebel leader and vice president  Riek Machar to flee. With the spike in clashes came a surge of abuse of civilians by armed men including rape, murder and looting.      South Sudan gained independence in 2011, but it was rocked by a civil war that began in December 2013 and lasted until the peace agreement was signed in August 2015. At least 50,000 people were killed, and more than 2 million were displaced.Photo by Jiro Ose     Recently arrived refugee from South Sudan gather at Nyumanzi Transit Center in Adjumani district of Uganda August 29, 2016. Due to a fresh waves of violence started in July, nearly 90,000 refugees arrived in Uganda, and majority of them are women and children.     War-torn South Sudan slid back into chaos in July with fresh fighting in the capital Juba that forced rebel leader and vice president  Riek Machar to flee. With the spike in clashes came a surge of abuse of civilians by armed men including rape, murder and looting.      South Sudan gained independence in 2011, but it was rocked by a civil war that began in December 2013 and lasted until the peace agreement was signed in August 2015. At least 50,000 people were killed, and more than 2 million were displaced.Photo by Jiro Ose     Recently arrived refugees from South Sudan gather at Nyumanzi Transit Center in Adjumani district of Uganda August 29, 2016. Due to a fresh waves of violence started in July, nearly 90,000 refugees arrived in Uganda, and majority of them are women and children. Due to the over-crowded condition cholera broke out at the reception centers and refugee camps.      War-torn South Sudan slid back into chaos in July with fresh fighting in the capital Juba that forced rebel leader and vice president  Riek Machar to flee. With the spike in clashes came a surge of abuse of civilians by armed men including rape, murder and looting.      South Sudan gained independence in 2011, but it was rocked by a civil war that began in December 2013 and lasted until the peace agreement was signed in August 2015. At least 50,000 people were killed, and more than 2 million were displaced.Photo by Jiro Ose

Recently arrived refugee from South Sudan with tradition marking on her face gathered to welcome the arrival of Filippo Grandi, United High Commissioner for Refugees, pray at Pagirinya refugee settlement in Adjumani district of Uganda August 29, 2016. Due to a fresh waves of violence started in July, nearly 90,000 refugees arrived in Uganda.

War-torn South Sudan slid back into chaos in July with fresh fighting in the capital Juba that forced rebel leader and vice president Riek Machar to flee. With the spike in clashes came a surge of abuse of civilians by armed men including rape, murder and looting.

South Sudan gained independence in 2011, but it was rocked by a civil war that began in December 2013 and lasted until the peace agreement was signed in August 2015. At least 50,000 people were killed, and more than 2 million were displaced.Photo by Jiro Ose Recently arrived refugee from South Sudan gather at Nyumanzi Transit Center in Adjumani district of Uganda August 29, 2016. Due to a fresh waves of violence started in July, nearly 90,000 refugees arrived in Uganda, and majority of them are women and children.

War-torn South Sudan slid back into chaos in July with fresh fighting in the capital Juba that forced rebel leader and vice president Riek Machar to flee. With the spike in clashes came a surge of abuse of civilians by armed men including rape, murder and looting.

South Sudan gained independence in 2011, but it was rocked by a civil war that began in December 2013 and lasted until the peace agreement was signed in August 2015. At least 50,000 people were killed, and more than 2 million were displaced.Photo by Jiro Ose Recently arrived refugees from South Sudan gather at Nyumanzi Transit Center in Adjumani district of Uganda August 29, 2016. Due to a fresh waves of violence started in July, nearly 90,000 refugees arrived in Uganda, and majority of them are women and children. Due to the over-crowded condition cholera broke out at the reception centers and refugee camps.

War-torn South Sudan slid back into chaos in July with fresh fighting in the capital Juba that forced rebel leader and vice president Riek Machar to flee. With the spike in clashes came a surge of abuse of civilians by armed men including rape, murder and looting.

South Sudan gained independence in 2011, but it was rocked by a civil war that began in December 2013 and lasted until the peace agreement was signed in August 2015. At least 50,000 people were killed, and more than 2 million were displaced.Photo by Jiro Ose