The aid reached families in Berdale, a small town center of 50,000 people, including 6,000 people displaced from their homes.
"We also urge the national, regional and international authorities to be more active in safeguarding our peace, national unity and territorial integrity."
“Consumerism is a virus that attacks the faith at its roots, because it makes you believe that life depends only on what you have, and so you forget God," the pope said.
Sister Mutindi's religious order, the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, is an international congregation with sisters in 73 countries.
"The South Sudanese people have suffered too much these past years and are awaiting—with great hope—a better future, especially the permanent end of conflicts and a long-lasting peace," Pope Francis said.