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A man reads The Niles Print Edition 5 in Juba, June 1, 2015. (photo: The Niles | Waakhe Simon Wudu)
On The Move: Experience is a solid walking stick
More than 4.5 million people are on the move in Sudan and South Sudan. The Niles documents their journeys, following their routes to neighbouring villages, fast-expanding cities or the other side of the globe, revealing diverse experiences with a recurring theme: When you leave home, the familiar is lost but the essential remains.
Darfur, Jun 23, 2013. (photo: The Niles | Mohamed Hilali)
Darfur, Jun 23, 2013. (photo: The Niles | Mohamed Hilali)
Darfur, Jun 23, 2013. (photo: The Niles | Mohamed Hilali)

Crossing the deadly sea

Marvis Birungi
Every year hundreds of thousands of migrants try to cross to Europe by sea - and many die in the process. Nuwab from Darfur recalls his arduous journey to England.
21.12.2015

On the move, still

Adam Mohamed
Sudan has been shaped equally by the citizens who fled its borders and the foreign refugees who made it a new home.
29.10.2015

On the run, again

Charlton Doki
An estimated one in ten South Sudanese have been displaced by recent fighting and for many it is not the first time.
29.10.2015

The Syrians making a new life in Khartoum

Ahmed Saeed
Ahmed Rasheed is a carpenter from Syria who moved to Sudan four years ago, one of up to 100,000 Syrians estimated to be living in Sudan, some two thousand kilometres away from their home.
17.11.2015
Migration in the mix. (photo: The Niles) Migration in the mix. (photo: The Niles) Migration in the mix. (photo: The Niles)

Migration in the mix

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Whether in search of greener pastures, work, or peace, migrants have roamed in and out of Sudan and South Sudan for centuries.
30.10.2015
A group of child refugees from the Boroli refugee camp in northern Uganda on their daily hike to primary school. (photo: The Niles | Esther Muwombi)
How far would you go?
Yet another trauma
9.11.2015  |  Archive
Ismail Abdul Karim spends his days carrying containers of water around Khartoum to sell. (photo: The Niles | Adam Abkar Ali)
How far would you go?
“I’m a pedlar”
10.11.2015  |  Archive
Ayume Nelson earns a living by driving a boda-boda taxi around Yei. (photo: The Niles | Ochan Hannington)
How far would you go?
“The boda-boda business is lucrative and dangerous”
11.11.2015  |  Archive
A man takes shelter under his donkey cart in Kalma camp for internally displaced people, in South Darfur, March 9, 2014. (photo: UNAMID | Albert González Farran)
How far would you go?
Gunshots in Darfur
13.01.2016  |  Archive
Toys created from junk and rubbish by children living in a refugee camp. (photo: Illustration | Mayu Nakai)
What would you take along?
“I long for the trees and mountains”
12.01.2016  |  Archive
Adam Ibrahim, nearly a hundred years old, was displaced in West Darfur State. (photo: The Niles | Abdelrahman Ibrahim)
What would you take along?
“My most precious thing is my desire for peace”
14.01.2016  |  Archive
Boda-boda motorcyclist Taban Robert Occe moved from Juba to Uganda. (photo: The Niles | Esther Muwombi)
What would you take along?
“I wish I had taken my wife”
15.01.2016  |  Archive
Muhamed Swale in Nyumanzi camp, Uganda. (photo: The Niles | Esther Muwombi)
What would you take along?
“The boda-boda is not mine but I like it”
15.01.2016  |  Archive
 (photo: The Niles | Mayu Nakai)
Run for your life!
11.02.2016  |  Archive
Saleh Mahmoud in Kassala, Sudan. (photo: The Niles | Hamid Ibrahim)
Lost in transition
12.02.2016  |  Archive
Jacob Manyang Malual at Nyumanzi refugee camp, Uganda.  (photo: The Niles | Esther Muwombi)
The Doctari
15.02.2016  |  Archive