Alier, 11, a young cattle herder displaced by fighting in Bor town, stands covered with ash - used as a natural insect repellent - in a cattle camp outside Mingkaman where he, his family, and upwards of 100,000 other displaced civilians now live.
Nyangop, 55, fled Malakal town and now lives in the United Nations (UN) Protection of Civilians (PoC) site at the Malakal UN base.
Shen, 8, fled his home in Malakal town and now lives in the Malakal United Nations PoC site with his family and more than 17,000 other civilians.
Chol, 9, fled Bor when forces in opposition to the South Sudanese Liberation Army (SPLA) seiged the town. He has lived in Mingkaman for the last year.
Delilah, 4, was displaced from Malakal town by fighting last year. She and her family now live in the United Nations (UN) Protection of Civilians (PoC) site at the Malakal UN base.
Akuol, 57, fled Malakal town last year. She lives in the UN Protection of Civilians site with her family.
John, 26, is stuck in Mingkaman after fleeing fighting in Jonglei state more than one year ago.
Mary, 39, was displaced by fighting in her hometown of Malakal. She and her two daughters now live in the United Nations (UN) Protection of Civilians (PoC) site at the Malakal UN base.
Hamin, 4, lives in the Malakal PoC with his two brothers, mother, and sister. His father was killed in the fighting that swept through Malakal town last year.
"King Love", 24, works as a mechanic in Malakal town during the day, but stays in the UN PoC at night. "It's still better to stay with the there," he says, "fighting may come again any day."
Isfanos, 10, sits atop an abandoned UN vehicle in the Malakal UN PoC. He and his family fled his house in Malakal town last year when opposition forces seiged the town.
A young boy runs past Anit, 8. Anit and her family of 5 all ran from Malakal when fighting descended on the town. She now lives in the PoC site on the UN's Malakal base.
John, 13, sucks on the casing for a spent bullet in Mingkaman IDP camp where he now lives.
Adut, 15, a young dsiplaced woman from Jonglei State who now lives in Mingkaman.
Samuel, 11, sits in front of some of the tented structures in the Malakal PoC where he lives with his aunt and uncle.
Rebecca, 18 stands with her 6-month old daughter, Gisma outside the shipping container where they live in the Malakal PoC.
Adier fled his small village in Jonglei State when fighting swept through last year. After crossing The Nile, he and his family of 12 came to Mingkaman where they now live.
Sebit, 9, fled Malakal town with his 4 brothers and mother and now lives in the United Nations (UN) Protection of Civilians (PoC) site at the Malakal UN base.
Nyander, 3, was displaced from Malakal and now lives in the United Nations (UN) Protection of Civilians (PoC) site at the Malakal UN base.
Originally from Bor town, John fled his house last December when it was overrun by opposition forces. He now lives in Mingkaman IDP camp.
After fleeing Malakal town last year, Nyangin, 7, ran to the nearby UN base where she still lives.
Ferock, 13 sits atop a broken-down car in the Malakal PoC site where he lives. He and his family fled their home last February as fighting between government and opposition forces continued to tear through the area.
Ahmed, 9, was displaced from Malakal and now lives in the United Nations (UN) Protection of Civilians (PoC) site at the Malakal UN base.
Mabior, 11, stands in Mingkman IDP camp where he now lives. Originally from nearby Jonglei State, he fled his home last year when fighting broke out and came to Mingkaman.
Freedom, 3, stands on the chasis of an old United Nations vehicle in the Malakal PoC.
Sebit, 5, sits in the Malakal PoC where he now lives.
Sana, 4, lives with his grandfather in the Malakal PoC.
Friday, 5, stands on the hood of a disused UN vehicle in the Malakal UN base where he lives.
Naguna, 6, stands atop an old, broken-down UN vehicle in the Malakal PoC. She has lived there for close to a year.