Our food aid in South Sudan reaches undernourished pregnant women, nursing mothers and children under 5. The Western Equatoria State, where we run the project, is facing a food crisis due to armed conflict and drought. Thanks to PMM, 47,285 women received bags of sorghum, beans and rice, and edible oil. Analysis of the situation before distribution showed that families needed sorghum in the first place - it is the most popular leguminous plant with a high protein content. Some of the sorghum family received will be used for sowing to harvest before the dry season arrives in December. The food was purchased at an agency cooperating with WFP, which guaranteed its high quality, no parasites, safe packaging and a price that does not include additional commissions. Food is issued to registered women on the basis of vouchers.