14 Jan 2015
The number one challenge for the people of South Sudan is finding a sustainable peace agreement, according to a senior United Nations official.
The country has been mired in conflict for over a year, which has forced two million people to flee their homes.
Last week, the UN released a report which said that hundreds of civilians were reportedly slaughtered by in the strategic towns of Bentiu and Bor last April.
David Lukan asked Toby Lanzer, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan about the outlook for this year.