A South Sudanese refugee mother holding her baby, stands next to the communal water taps in Goboro transit camp, looking around to see if there is anyone that she knows there. She has just arrived in Goboro. Around her, other refugees sit, eat and drink. They have all been collected from crossing points along the border between South Sudan and Uganda. From the various entry points refugees are gathered at small transit camps, offered food and water and given a medical screening. Then they are sent as fast as possible to the main reception centre at Imvepi, a two hour drive from there.