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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  |  Population
An old woman in South Sudan’s capital Juba, July 2016. (photo: The Niles | Bullen Chol)
7/Trauma: Wounds unseen but open
Fighting the invisible enemy
5.02.2017  |  Population
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  |  Population
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  |  Population
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  |  Population
Dahab Al-Madina (photo: The Niles | Abdelrahman Ibrahim )
6/Gender: Always a role to fill
“From rabble-rousers to wise women”
23.12.2016  |  Population
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  |  Population
Bullen Chol (photo: Sebastian Lindstrom)
5/Work: The torture of being idle
“I won’t give up”
22.12.2016  |  Population
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  |  Population
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  |  Population
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  |  Population
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  |  Population
A Dinka man in Rumbek, October 3, 2011. (photo: The Niles | Dominik Lehnert)
4/Marriage: Bonds forged in traditions
Marriage taboos
21.12.2016  |  Population
Just married: For better or worse, for richer or poorer. (photo: Ashraf Shazly | AFP | Getty Images)
4/Marriage: Bonds forged in traditions
A shimmering ritual
20.12.2016  |  Population
Relatives of a schoolgirl soon to be married celebrate after receiving cattle as dowery in Aweil on February 20, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Abraham Agoth)
4/Marriage: Bonds forged in traditions
Married to a ghost
20.12.2016  |  Population
Puro Okelo Obob working with youth in Juba, South Sudan. (photo: The Niles | Bullen Chol)
3/Adolescence: The wicked world beyond the nest
“Young people can change this country”
19.12.2016  |  Population
Children (from infancy to 14) make up for 40 per cent of Sudan’s population. (photo: The Niles | Mohamed Hilai)
3/Adolescence: The wicked world beyond the nest
A generation fighting idleness
19.12.2016  |  Population
Girl attending school in Sudan’s South Kordofan region, August 16, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Ahmed Mahmoud)
3/Adolescence: The wicked world beyond the nest
Selling childhood cheap
16.12.2016  |  Population
Nile Model Secondary School in Juba, May 20, 2016. (photo: The Niles | Waakhe Simon Wudu)
3/Adolescence: The wicked world beyond the nest
Educated with no prospects
16.12.2016  |  Population
A South Sudanese woman and her baby displaced by violence in Keri, waiting to be relocated. (photo: The Niles | Male Daniel)
2/Birth: Despite all odds, life begins anyway
A mother’s dreams
15.12.2016  |  Population
 (photo: Ochan Hannington)
2/Birth: Despite all odds, life begins anyway
Fathers skipping out on prenatal responsibilities
15.12.2016  |  Population
A midwife examines a pregnant woman in Bentiu. (photo: UNFPA | Amadou Baraze				)
2/Birth: Despite all odds, life begins anyway
“I feel proud deep inside”
14.12.2016  |  Population
Children waiting to receive medication in Kajo Keji, May 2, 2014. (photo: The Niles | Pascal Ladu)
2/Birth: Despite all odds, life begins anyway
Born without a trace
14.12.2016  |  Population
A South Sudanese women in Sudan’s capital Khartoum, September 2013. (photo: The Niles | Mohamed Hilali)
1/Identity: Reflections may seem closer than they appear
The white mask
13.12.2016  |  Population
Social media lab in the river Nile. (photo: Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah | Reuters)
1/Identity: Reflections may seem closer than they appear
A cock cannot crow in the neighbour’s house
13.12.2016  |  Population
Maha Eltelb and Hadia Elyas during The Niles workshop in Nairobi, December 2015. (photo: The Niles | Martha Agama)
A far-flung friend
8.12.2016  |  Migration