The current epidemic of the south sudanese civil war has displaced 1.6 million people, caused 50,000 deaths, and contains 16,987 UN Peacekeepers attempting to de-escalate the situation. The humanitarian crisis was created by a political struggle between the current president, Salva Kiir and Riek Machar, a former vice president who was dismissed in 2013. Due to their conflicting opinions and stubbornness, Marchar was removed from his position in office. Violence soon emerged in 2013 when presidential soldiers instantly broke out on nationality and cultures. Soldiers from the Dinka ethnic group sided with the government, President Kiir, and the Nuer ethnic group, supported Riek Machar as rebel soldiers. Throughout fighting and constant riots, President Kiir announced that Marchar had attempted to seize power from the government, causing violence to spread to the Upper Nile. This civil war has created a loss of population and has sent refugees, half being children, fleeing to other countries seeking protection. Countries affected with the refugee crisis are Uganda, Tanganyika, and Kenya. With nowhere to put displaced persons, many are jobless, homeless, and are surviving off of the land with their children until the war dissolves. Without any protection, soldiers have been sexualling abusing women, attacking civilians property, and forcibly recruiting children. With soldiers not allowing school to continue, children are either involuntary required to join army forces or left homeless with no family. The government, being under attack has put restrictions on freedom, however lack of resources and money has put a lack of Healthcare for women and loss of medicines which is causing diseases such as AIDS and HIV to spread more rapidly. Soldiers attacks on farmers has created the worst food crisis in the world. Due to the loss of farmers, it has caused a catastrophic decline in food growth. South Sudan has 5.5 million people being affected with server famine, 45% are in need of food or have been affected with a food shortage. Throughout constant fighting, lack of resources, food crisis, abuse to children and women and corrupt government, South Sudan is need of money and assistance to de-escalate the fighting and allow families to return back to their homes, well provided for and safe.