(MODEL RELEASED IMAGE) Squatting before the fire with her children, Sudanese Refugee D'jimia Ishakh Souleymane stirs a pot of aiysh, the thick porridge that this refugee family eats three times a day. Despite losing almost everything in their flight from militia attacks, D'jimia keeps her improvised household as orderly as possible. To cover the ground inside, the family hauled in clean sand from the dry riverbed. D'jimia and the children sleep on two blankets, which she constantly airs out and washes. Hungry Planet: What the World Eats (p. 64).