With the the rainy season in full force in South Sudan, most of the roads in the country have become impassable. Where it is still possible to move, trucks transporting cargo including WFP food have to sometimes drive through deep waterlogged ditches. Sections of the Rumbek-Mvolo-Lado road (seen here) are three meters deep. This is a key route to deliver supplies from Juba, the country's capital, to most parts of Lakes, Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Western Bahr el Ghazal and Warrap states.