Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is held by family members as they try to force her to drink some milk after she was  brought to a MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now, diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment. Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is held by family members as they try to force her to drink some milk after she was  brought to a MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now, diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment.
Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is examined by MSF doctor Kate Done at a MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now, diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment. Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is examined by MSF doctor Kate Done at a MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now, diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment.
Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is undergoing a rapid Kala azar test at MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment. Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is undergoing a rapid Kala azar test at MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment.
Nyatudy Riak Marial, who tested positive for the parasitic disease Kala azar, is carried on a stretcher by her family to a waiting MSF ambulance to be transported to a clinic with better facilities, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment. Nyatudy Riak Marial, who tested positive for the parasitic disease Kala azar, is carried on a stretcher by her family to a waiting MSF ambulance to be transported to a clinic with better facilities, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment.
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  • Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is held by family members as they try to force her to drink some milk after she was brought to a MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now, diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment.
    Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is examined by MSF doctor Kate Done at a MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now, diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment.
    Nyatudy Riak Marial, who is suspected to suffer from the parasitic disease Kala azar, is undergoing a rapid Kala azar test at MSF clinic, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment.
    Nyatudy Riak Marial, who tested positive for the parasitic disease Kala azar, is carried on a stretcher by her family to a waiting MSF ambulance to be transported to a clinic with better facilities, Saturday, Dec. 17, 2005 in Kotch in Southern Sudan. Even with the conflict in Southern Sudan over for almost a year now diseases continue to take an enormous toll in South Sudan. Kala azar is a parasitic disease transmitted to humans via the bites of sand flies and the victims die unless they get treatment.
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