South Sudan lacks water infrastructures, and the few available water points are often touch points of conflicts over scarce resources. Most solutions to the water crisis focus on the provision of drinking water. While this is vital, water for farming and livestock is life-saving in a nomadic economy based on cattle and food production. In addition, South Sudan’s agriculture is highly underdeveloped due to years of conflict. South Sudan’s food production falls short of national demand annually in part, due to lack of access to modern farming equipment.