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Rejoyce Tabu (40) a refugee from Yei in South Sudan sits in front of a Milaya, a traditional hand-decorated bedsheet, in the Bidibidi refugee camp.<br />
Rejoyce says: 'In South Sudan I was selling clothes. Here the only work I can do is digging and collecting rocks to break them into even smaller rocks used for building houses. The money I make helps me buy soap for my mother who also brought my brother's children to take care of. Together we're taking care of ten children.<br />
'My husband is in South Sudan and working as a soldier and when he went to the frontline I decided to leave. I'm wondering if he's dead since I haven't heard from him since we left in August 2016. But I still have hope.'