Huffington Post: 'We are all displaced now' - South Sudanese health workers tell of treating patients in the bush

As the international community holds its breath, hoping that the latest peace deal signed between warring parties in South Sudan holds, civilians caught up in the conflict are praying for an end to the killings, for the chance to return home and to plant their crops.

Almost three months ago, the Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in the town of Leer, Unity State, South Sudan was destroyed, one of the many brutal assaults on entire communities in the country since December 2013.

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