When South Sudan’s civil war erupted in 2013, Nyayath Uluak was caught in the crossfire in the northern town of Malakal and a bullet tore her leg apart. She survived, but the lower half of her limb didn’t.
On leaving the hospital, she found refuge with family in Yei, to the south, but then had to flee again as the war spread last year. Now, home is a camp outside the capital ringed by barbed wire and sandbagged positions manned by U.N. peacekeepers.
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