By Sylvia Nabanoba, Communications Manager, Uganda
Fifteen-year-old Jacob* and his brother Sam,* 17, are sitting on a dirty mattress under a tree, waiting to line up for the communal breakfast. Their sister, 12-year-old Martha*, has gone to the borehole to fetch water for washing up. Since fighting flared up in South Sudan in December, tens of thousands of refugees have fled to Uganda in search of safety.
Next to Jacob and Sam is a pregnant woman, Mary*, who has three young children playing around her. Looking at them, one could easily think they were all one big family.