A pair of shoes belonging to Okongo Charles, 32, in Palorinya camp. The fighting in Reng left him separated from his children, who live with his mother in Juba.
An educational poster hangs on the wall of Lona Kiji's home in Bidi Bidi camp. She fled here in September 2016 when violence swept through Central Equatoria State.
A boy plays with a toy car in Rhino camp. Such cars, made from bottle caps and other waste plastic, are seen throughout the camps. No two are ever quite the same.
Pebbles lie in holes after a game of aweet, a type of Mancala played under different names across Africa.
Malis was given seeds, equipment and training by Caritas, the Catholic Church's humanitarian aid organisation.