Nadia holding her little sister Salama (2). They fled from Yei in South Sudan in October 2016 together with their family and are currently living in Bidibidi in Uganda.
Quotes from Nadia: "It is okay staying here. We are free and allowed to walk around and I do not feel afraid. It is safe here."
Bidibidi settlement in northern Uganda was established in August 2016 and has quickly become one of the world's largest refugee settlements. By January 2017 it was housing more than 270,000 refugees from South Sudan - and had reached its full capacity. NRC is providing water and sanitation services in the settlement.
In total, Uganda is currently home to about 600,000 refugees from South Sudan.
Photo: NRC/Tiril Skarstein