Reportage: South Sudan: Birth of a Nation: South Sudan

Toposa pastoralists gather with their livestock at a watering hole in Eastern Equatoria province. The area where they live and graze their livestock was contaminated by landmines and unexploded ordinance during the country's long civil war, reducing much needed grazing land in a region being affected by drought.Longanyat, South Sudan.Photo © J.B. Russell
South Sudan, September 2009

Toposa pastoralists gather with their livestock at a watering hole in Eastern Equatoria province. The area where they live and graze their livestock was contaminated by landmines and unexploded ordinance during the country's long civil war, reducing much needed grazing land in a region being affected by drought. 

Longanyat, South Sudan. 

Photo © J.B. Russell