”Hunger,” was all 15-year-old Gisma Kafi could muster, sweat beading on her forehead, as she put down the pots and bedding she had been carrying on her head. ”We ate bark and leaves,” she added, after catching her breath.
”When they arrive, the children are very sick due to malnutrition and complications. Every day we are receiving more and more. Others are dying on the way,” said Mohammed Sadik, a nutritionist working with the US aid organisation Samaritan’s Purse.
Folk flyr bomber och pistoler i Sudan, vissa hinner till skyddslägret i bergen. Andra dör på vägen. I mitt huvud är det svårt att ta in att människolivet på vissa ställen kan ha sånt litet värde. Och, när ska våldet sluta?