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.
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.
'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.'