What children in South Sudan eat for breakfast

Thousands of children in South Sudan wake up hungry most mornings, after the country's year long conflict forced many of them to flee their homes and seek shelter in temporary camps.

Although the country has escaped famine so far, the fighting that started December 2013 means the threat is still looming, as farmers have either been unable to plant seeds, or have been forced off their land shortly after planting. Floods during the rainy season made things even worse, and there are big concerns about what could happen early next year when the small amount of food which has been harvested runs out.

In this photo essay, children show us what breakfast looks like in the world's newest country.