Martha Nyarueni (2ndL) and her family stand outside their home outside the town of Leer, South Sudan, after receiving aid package, on July 5, 2014. In January Martha fled with her husband and five children into the bush, where they lived for months before returning home in May to find their home burned and food stores looted. Over 40 tons of emergency food supplies and seed - enough for 1,100 families - were airdropped into Leer by the International Red Cross. These are the first air drops by the ICRC for nearly two decades, in an effort to reach hundreds of thousands of starving and malnourished people in South Sudan. AFP PHOTO / Nichole Sobecki         (Photo credit should read Nichole Sobecki/AFP/Getty Images)