For about 25 years, South Sudan fought for independence. During this time, a generation grew up who learned to resolve conflicts with arms. During this period of displacement and destruction, agricultural development could not flourish.
In 2011, the country got its independence and the vast majority longed for peace. However, after the common goal to get a separat state, old conflicts between tribes and clans sparked off again. Conflicts and the economic inflation contributes towards the food shortage.
In this situation, Network East Africa together with its partners provide hope and vision for people to feed themselves with their own hands.