By the time a visitor like me wakens at dawn, the local South Sudanese women have long been stirring: gathering firewood, hauling water, starting cooking fires, preparing breakfast. With our sleeping huts and tents in the background, this photo shows the cook at Kuron Medical Clinic fixing our breakfast of “ugali.” It’s made from ground maize and water, boiled to a polenta-like consistency. Not much taste, but it fills one’s stomach for the day. And I'm always grateful the preparation didn't depend on me!
Sand Storms in Sudan
7 years ago