Nutritional intervention for internally displaced shelters

Elyse Skerker
ARC605 | Spring 2015

Ganyiel, South Sudan | According to the International Rescue Committee, 2.5 million people in South Sudan are presently in crisis and emergency levels of food insecurity. To mitigate growing concerns, the goal for the project was to provide an architectural solution which treats both nutritional and biological health for the internally displaced in South Sudan. Particular focus was placed on treating women and children in the most remote and inaccessible areas of the country.