Asanta Jantana sits in a earthen-walled house in Kotobi, South Sudan, along with three of her children. They are among hundreds of thousands of people who were displaced by political violence that broke out in December 2013 and quickly fractured regions of the young nation along ethnic and tribal lines. Jantana fled Juba with her seven children for this village, where she moved in with a brother. Yet she hasn't had enough food for her whole family, so she sent four of her children to live with another relative. She hasn't heard from her husband, a soldier, since the fighting began. Finn Church Aid, a member of the ACT Alliance, provided materials for distribution of food and non-food items that benefited Jantana and other displaced people here.