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Transporting people and goods on the Nile is an important source of income for many entrepreneurs living along the river. (photo: The Niles | Mugume Davis)
Fast and convenient
Is the Nile still an important transport route?
5.03.2018  |  Economy
Women spread fish to dry in the sun on the shore of Lake Victoria in Tanzania, 12. June 2016. (photo: Richard Mortel)
Balancing development and conservation
How can we best protect Lake Victoria’s ecosystem?
1.03.2018  |  Politics
Water sold from the back of donkey carriages in Alhila Aljadeda, Sudan, December 2017.  (photo: The Niles | Elzahraa Jadallah)
Water Security
How much water can a donkey carry?
28.02.2018  |  Society
The ⁨Victoria Nile⁩ near Karuma, ⁨Uganda⁩, 17. December 2012. (photo: The Niles | Nik Lehnert)
Water Security
8 things you didn’t know about the Nile
28.02.2018  |  Society
Sixteen The Niles correspondents from across 10 Nile Basin countries attended the MiCT The Niles workshop and editorial conference from 20. to 23. February, in Addis Ababa. (photo: The Niles | Nik Lehnert)
Water Security
What is ‘The Niles’?
27.02.2018  |  Society
 (photo: picture alliance / Reuters / Tiksa Negeri)
Regional Nile Day 2018 Issue
You think of water when the well is empty...
22.02.2018  |  Society
Sylivester Domasa (left) speaks with Eng. Innocent Ntabana, the Executive Director of the Nile Basin Initiative, about the Nile Day. (photo: The Niles | Nik Lehnert)
The Niles Talk
What is the Nile Day?
21.02.2018  |  Society
The Citizen printing press in South Sudan’s capital Juba, July 17, 2012. (photo: The Niles | Nik Lehnert)
Timeline
The Niles print editions
14.02.2018  |  Society
Simon Mugisha, the winner of the Nile Media Awards 2017 in the TV category. (photo: The Niles | Nik Lehnert)
The Nile Media Awards 2017
Recognising excellent reporting
2.02.2018  |  Society
The Niles Issue 10: Nile Media Awards 2017 (photo: The Niles)
Nile Media Awards 2017 Issue
A river that forgets its source will eventually dry up...
2.02.2018  |  Society
The opening ceremony of the fifth Nile Basin Development Forum in Kigali, October 23, 2017. (photo: The Niles | Nik Lehnert)
Nile Basin Development Forum 2017
‘Investing in Nile Cooperation for a Water Secure Future’
23.10.2017  |  Society
 (photo: Stanley Greene / Noor / laif)
8/Death: Burying seeds for the next season
A shelter in the desert
27.04.2017  |  Archive
John Gatluak Manguet (1984-2016). (photo: Internews)
8/Death: Burying seeds for the next season
Remembering a friend
27.04.2017  |  Archive
Salah Jeremiah during the production of the film ‘AIDS ringing the bells of Yei’ in 2006. (photo: The Niles | Dominik Lehnert)
8/Death: Burying seeds for the next season
The king of karma
26.04.2017  |  Archive
Rebels in Sudan’s Southern Kordofan region on April 24, 2012. (photo: The Niles | Marc Hofer)
7/Trauma: Wounds unseen but open
Trapped in a nightmare
26.04.2017  |  Archive
Male Daniel (photo: The Niles)
Obituary
Mourning Duku Male Daniel Eugenio
7.04.2017  |  Archive
Amal al-Zain presenting a paper on laws that discriminate against women and girls in Khartoum, on August 25, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Nabeel Biajo)
7/Trauma: Wounds unseen but open
No freedoms for women
25.02.2017  |  Archive
Nearly half of all South Sudanese suffer from some form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). (photo: Stanley Greene | Noor | laif)
7/Trauma: Wounds unseen but open
Teaching how to heal
29.01.2017  |  Archive
Amal al-Zain presenting a paper on laws that discriminate against women and girls in Khartoum, on August 25, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Nabeel Biajo)
6/Gender: Always a role to fill
Women taking tiny steps forward
23.12.2016  |  Archive
Two men attend a hand over ceremony in Yei, November 16, 2005.  (photo: The Niles | Dominik Lehnert)
6/Gender: Always a role to fill
Skeletons of men
23.12.2016  |  Archive
Dahab Al-Madina (photo: The Niles | Abdelrahman Ibrahim )
6/Gender: Always a role to fill
“From rabble-rousers to wise women”
23.12.2016  |  Archive
The United Nations says tens of thousands of women have been subjected to rape and other forms of gender-based violence during the conflict that started in December 2013. (photo: The Niles | Dominik Lehnert)
6/Gender: Always a role to fill
The burden of being a woman in South Sudan
23.12.2016  |  Archive
Bullen Chol (photo: Sebastian Lindstrom)
5/Work: The torture of being idle
“I won’t give up”
22.12.2016  |  Archive
University graduates sitting at a tea shop near the university of Khartoum, August 15, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Mohamed Hilali)
5/Work: The torture of being idle
Study one field, work in another
22.12.2016  |  Archive
South Sudan’s flag among other African flags in Kigali, Rwanda, July 13, 2016.                        (photo: The Niles | Davis Mugume)
5/Work: The torture of being idle
A continent united
22.12.2016  |  Archive
A newly wed couple poses for a picture in Aweil. (photo: The Niles | Abraham Agoth)
4/Marriage: Bonds forged in traditions
Our kind of family
21.12.2016  |  Archive
A family in Aweil received cows as bride-price, a central marriage tradition among the Dinka. (photo: The Niles | Agoth Abraham)
4/Marriage: Bonds forged in traditions
Deals made with dowries
21.12.2016  |  Archive
A Dinka man in Rumbek, October 3, 2011. (photo: The Niles | Dominik Lehnert)
4/Marriage: Bonds forged in traditions
Marriage taboos
21.12.2016  |  Archive