"A Tiny Life Ends in South Sudan" on NYTimes Lens Blog

The death of a young boy tells the story of a humanitarian disaster in South Sudan's Upper Nile state, where at least 114,000 have fled violence at the hands of Sudan government forces in bordering Blue Nile state. 

"In the United States, we are used to death being behind closed doors, and to the privacy of grief. When people are living shoulder-to-shoulder, death becomes much more public, and in South Sudan, far too common.

The NYTimes Lens Blog highlights my recent work covering child mortality in South Sudan.

Source: https://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/08/24/...