Jong village, Warrap State, Southern Sudan.\nAjak Nhial arrived 3 weeks ago with hundreds of people who fled the war in Abyei region. She used to live in Abyei city and has lost her 7 children during the first bombings by the SAF (Sudan Armed Forces). After she has been told her house has been bombed, she tried to reach her neighnbouhood but it was too dangerous. Nhial then decided to leave the city. She doesn't know if her children died or if they escaped and left the city as well. Her husband died years ago. She has joined some relatives staying in the IDP's (Internal Displaced People) camp. As she has no support, Nhial does work for local farmers to get a small salary. \nShe comes from the local market where she baught some vegetables.