South Sudan is a new country. A really new country. It just came about last year. July 9th, 2011 to be exact. Before this it belonged to Sudan. The northern and southern parts of Sudan fought from 1955 until 2005. They maintained a peace treaty for 6 years, and then took a vote. Over 98% of the people voted that South Sudan be separated from Sudan.
South Sudan has the second lowest level of school enrolment. Only 1 out of 50 kids complete primary school. Only one percent of girls complete grades 1-8. 85% of the people can't read or write. School is taught in English, but there is a severe shortage of English speaking teachers.
The standard of living in South Sudan is very low. 27% of the people don't have clean water, and only 15% of the people have access to proper sanitation. People are tortured for rebelling. In May of 2011, over 7,000 homes were burnt by the Sudan's People Liberation Army.
2 cups rye flour
3/4 cup whole wheat flour
water, as needed
Mix the rye flour and some water to form a thick paste. Cover and let it sit out for at least 24 hours. The next day, add in the whole wheat flour and enough water to make a thin batter. Spread the mixture out on a pan over medium heat. Spread it out really thin and cook until the edges start to lift. Flip and cook the other side until done. Repeat until all your batter has been used.
This was the consistency of my dough.