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A woman displaced by violent conflict in Jonglei State.  (photo: The Niles | Waakhe Simon Wudu)
Migration: The children of the land scatter...
Migration is as old as humanity but the goals are as varied as the people undertaking long, and often hazardous, journeys to new lands. The Niles correspondents share personal stories, creating a snapshot of the mixed motivations for leaving, spanning conflict, lack of freedom, or hopes for a rosier future elsewhere.
 (photo: The Niles)
 (photo: The Niles)
 (photo: The Niles)

Should I stay or should I go?

MiCT The Niles
As suggested by the quote from Abyei, tragedy is often the flip side of the coin when “the children of the land scatter”.
28.11.2016

“I had to run”

Esther Muwombi
Hannington Ochan, freelance journalist and filmmaker, fled his home in South Sudan’s Yei after receiving death threats by officials who were irked by his investigative reporting.
28.11.2016

The varied faces of migration

Hassan Faroog
The urge to migrate is part of human nature, but settling into a new home is easier said than done.
29.11.2016

Back to the roots

Nancy Alek Kuol
Nancy Alek Kuol fled her native Abyei as a child but always hoped to return. As a young adult she finally came back, only to discover a scarred landscape which hardly matched her memories.
29.11.2016
Mary Samuel during The Niles workshop in Nairobi. (photo: The Niles | Hadia Elyas) Mary Samuel during The Niles workshop in Nairobi. (photo: The Niles | Hadia Elyas) Mary Samuel during The Niles workshop in Nairobi. (photo: The Niles | Hadia Elyas)

“Where next?”

Mary Apolo
Mary Samuel grew up in Khartoum, but has since been torn between Sudan and South Sudan.
30.11.2016