Photo by @noralorek | Peter Mandela, a 12-year-old refugee from South Sudan living in Uganda, holds his handmade cardboard truck. In Bidibidi, a remote refugee settlement in Uganda, South Sudanese kids create their own entertainment from mud, paper, and plastic. Here cardboard boxes from shipments of humanitarian supplies get a second chance as toy cars, trucks, and buses. These kids would have been the first generation to grow up in an independent South Sudan, if war hadn’t so quickly dispelled them. Today more than one million children have fled the country, building new lives in refugee camps scattered in Uganda and other neighbors of South Sudan. Even in the most remote places, kids learn how to entertain themselves. With more than 270,000 people, Bidibidi is considered one of the world’s largest refugee settlements.