Finding a silver-lining

How women in South Sudan are cushioning their families from economic hardships brought on by the pandemic

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Nov 25, 2020 · 4 min read
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Sunday Alfred selling kisira(thin fermented bread a local food staple in South Sudan), at Gurei community market in the suburb of Juba. Photo: WFP/Musa Mahadi
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Kisra (flatbread thin bread) is made out sorghum or wheat flour. The sourness and sponginess of flatbread goes well with Molokhia leaves cooked in a meat-based soup and lamb stew with carrots and potatoes. Kisra is popular in South Sudan and Sudan. Photos: WFP/Musa Mahadi

In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity

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Gurei Community Market where Sunday and Poni run their businesses. (R) Poni Christopher recently at her stall near her home in Gudele, suburb of Juba. Photos: WFP/Musa Mahadi

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