To many observers South Sudan might seem like a strange place for a technology event.
The four-year-old nation is one of the least developed on earth and, since 2013, an ongoing civil war has brought with it economic chaos, widespread displacement of people, and increased food insecurity.
In South Sudan, “innovating” would perhaps seem to be less of a priority than simply surviving the many challenges faced daily.
In times of crisis, however, the two are often linked. And the focus of the recent #PeaceHackCamp was firmly on finding new, creative, South Sudanese solutions to South Sudan’s problems.