By Faith Kasina | 22 April 2014
“The wind came and took everything,” said Marta Awili, a mother of five in one of South Sudan’s relief camps in the capital Juba.
In less than an hour what she had called home was washed away.
“I could see the clouds quickly gathering. I brought the children from the nearby school back to the house,” she said. “All of a sudden, there was thunder and the rain came down with so much force. My roof started leaking.”