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IF GOES TO SOUTH SUDAN                                                            JULY 2014
Since that war broke out last December 2013, the conflict has sparked widespread ethnic violence between the country's largest tribal groups, the Dinka and the Nuer.
More than a million people have been displaced from their homes, including an estimated 270,000 people who have fled to neighbouring countries.
South Sudan is facing the threat of a famine on a bigger scale than that seen in Ethiopia in the 1980s.
Last February, we travelled to North Uganda, because our main-character in the film fled the war violence together with his relatives. Now, months later he returned back to South Sudan. We are going to follow him back in the capital Juba where he attempts to get back to his daily life activities.
We will also be there when the nation ‘celebrates’ their 3rd independence day.
Although the country is still unstable in many places, the capitol Juba and Bor city are secure and stable.  We have monitored the situation well about the current situation on the ground and know it's safe enough to travel and continue our work.
We are flying tonight, Thursday the 26th of June to South Sudan until the 10th of July.

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To be continued!
ilse & Femke van Velzen
Binnen Oranjestraat 17
1013HZ Amsterdam
The Netherlands

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