The world of humanitarian travel is a volatile place in which circumstances may change drastically from one day to the next. And it’s a world in which different Raptim clients may be executing fundamentally different activities, just a few plane hours away from each other. Travel consultant Henderina Stubbe experienced this first-hand in December 2013. Tensions had been building up between South Sudan president Kiir and vice-president Machar when violence finally erupted on 15 December 2013. Heavy gun fighting filled the streets of capital city Juba, and soon spread to other towns across the country.