The state of roads in South Sudan is something the government needs to look into. The roads have hindered the movement of goods and delivery of aid to avert the dire humanitarian situation in the country.
The lack of paved roads is a real issue in South Sudan where road transport is crucial. France has over a million kilometers of paved roads, South Sudan has just 280. During the dry season, a journey from Juba to Wau can take less than a week, but in the rainy season, it can take over two weeks.
Roads in the country are characterized by pools deep enough to swallow up a Land Rover.
Check out these shocking pics of the state of roads in South Sudan