1.800,00 2.800,00 

  • Limited edition of 7: 100[cm]X66[cm]
  • Limited Edition of 5: 60[cm]X40[cm]
  • Archival 100% Cotton FineArt Print
  • Signed Certificate of Authenticity
  • Paper’s Data Sheets

A Tukul – a typical South Sudanese house – flooded by floodwaters near Mayendit, Unity State, South Sudan, November 23, 2022. South Sudan, the world’s youngest country plagued by politico-ethnic violence and chronic instability since its independence from Sudan in 2011, is experiencing massive floods for the fourth consecutive year, reaching 2022 its highest level of destruction.


South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, is facing its fourth consecutive year of massive floods, with 2022 being the highest level yet. This comes as the country has been plagued by politico-ethnic violence and chronic instability since its independence from Sudan in 2011. The floods have submerged large swathes of the country, displacing hundreds of thousands of people and causing widespread destruction. This multi-year inundation is the first of its kind in South Sudan in over six decades, with two-thirds of the country currently experiencing flooding. According to UNHCR, nearly one million people have been directly impacted by water and forced to flee their homes in search of food and shelter. Up to 7.8 million people risk severe hunger in 2023 due to floods, drought, and conflict.

The reasons for these floods are a combination of climate change consequences, including higher levels of rainfall during the longer rainy season, deforestation in neighboring countries, population growth, and poor water management. The high levels in the White Nile River have pushed more water into the Sudd, one of the richest living systems on the planet and one of the largest floodplains in Africa. Today the water is no longer draining away, and it did not subside during the dry season. The heavy rains and floods have swept away people’s homes, properties, crops, livestock, schools, and healthcare centers, and caused extensive infrastructural damage to roads and bridges, limiting access to education infrastructures.

The climate crisis is exacerbating the vulnerability of this already unstable country, bringing it ever closer to collapse. It is imperative that immediate action is taken to address the root causes of this crisis and support the affected communities.


The artwork is delivered unframed. Along with the print, you will receive the certificate of authenticity signed by the author, the paper’s datasheets, and a pair of cotton gloves to handle the artwork. 

The photograph is printed in the archival 100% Cotton FineArt paper Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultrasmooth 305 gsm, using the highest quality archival inks.

We advise on a delivery period of up to 2-3 weeks for your print. For any information or if you would like your print sooner please contact projects@fabiobucciarelli.com.