Once, as a young man, this Terekeka cattle herder from the Mundari tribe
had his entire herd of 180 cows and bulls stolen. It cost him the woman he
was in love with, because he didn’t have the cattle he needed to offer her
family as a bride price. Years later, he has 500 cows, three wives and 21
children and calls himself a happy man. The only thing that terrifies him
is a disease that is wiping out cattle in South Sudan. He needs help, but
none is coming.