South Sudan: Aid agencies struggle to reach those in need

Recent fighting between government and opposition forces has exacerbated the existing crisis with the number of people needing aid expected to reach seven million.

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    Aid agencies are struggling to deal with the latest humanitarian crisis in South Sudan.

    Fighting between government and opposition forces is making it hard to reach millions of hungry people.

    With the approach of the rainy season, the situation is likely to get worse.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Kandak, South Sudan.


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