A small locality in Rumbek, formerly the capital of Lakes State, where a population of some 143, women ,men and children are barely living. They survive by cooking porridge from a wild fruit's dried pounded shell known as Laluq. They break it to get to its soft pit that they eat for nutrients. The tree, its wild fruit, and its leaves are their main source of nutrients for the entire displaced community.   The entire forest is bare because they collect all the Luluq wild fruit from the tree.  They are displaced because of inter-communal fighting.
       
     
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