On May 2, 15,000 pounds of beans, corn flour, rice, sugar, salt, and cooking oil were distributed from the Buckeye Clinic.  1,350 families, 6,750 people were served.  Many women and children had just returned from the Internally Displaced People (IDP) camp and were thrilled to received the food.  The availability of food has encouraged people to return to the village.  In the IDP camp, there was no shelter, little food, and no clear water.  Being home in their family compound with available food caused the women to sing and clap in appreciation.  Chief Aweng Deng, in white, wearing his Buckeye Necklace, expressed his appreciation to all the donors of the Buckeye Clinic.