Wild Fruits: Their Only Meal
Last year, many children and families in South Sudan lived in displacement due to floods and conflict. Among them were five-year-old Adut (right) and her family who are currently living in a refugee settlement.
Every day, Adut’s father would go to look for wild fruits in the forest to feed the family. These fruits that Adut and her mother are cracking serve as the only meal of the day for the family. “My baby’s [Adut’s brother] health is improving thanks to the Plumpy’Nut that World Vision gives us regularly, but due to the lack of sufficient food, I am afraid his situation might deteriorate again,” says Adut’s mother. Please share hope with starving children by supporting Skip-A-Meal!