In South Sudan malnutrition and disease are the killers not bullets

From blogs.independent.co.uk| Wed Nov 14 2012, 03:00:16

Darfur and the DRC are two of the most dangerous places on earth, with armed factions fighting for control of territory and regular violent clashes. But far more dangerous than bullets is the silent killer of disease and malnutrition that has claimed many thousands of children's lives. Emily Cooper, a nutrition expert for the international children's charity World Vision, recently visited South Sudan and heard people's stories.

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