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The security and political situation remains tense, with sporadic fighting between armed groups and killings of civilians and aid workers in various states.
Nyador Dagey, 35, was three months pregnant and bleeding from a gunshot wound when she fled her village in Rubkona County, in South Sudan’s in Unity State, in March.
Since the July outbreak of in violence , UN-protected camps in South Sudan’s capital have seen a spike in displaced people seeking shelter. The surge has compounded demands at the camps’ already heavily burdened health facilities.