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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  |  Archive
A farmer in Kassala State. (photo: The Niles | Hamid Ibrahim)
Yearning for the village
6.12.2016  |  Archive
An old woman with a toddler, hiding in a cave in the Nuba Mountains. (photo: The Niles | Marc Hofer)
“I’m going back”
5.12.2016  |  Archive
 (photo: UNHCR)
1.12.2016  |  Archive
Samir Bol during The Niles workshop in Nairobi. (photo: The Niles | Dominik Lehnert)
Aiming for Australia
30.11.2016  |  Archive
Mary Samuel during The Niles workshop in Nairobi. (photo: The Niles | Hadia Elyas)
“Where next?”
30.11.2016  |  Archive
A cattle herder in Abyei. (photo: The Niles | Nancy Alek Kuol)
Back to the roots
29.11.2016  |  Archive
Ochan Hannington at work.  (photo: The Niles | Dominik Lehnert)
“I had to run”
28.11.2016  |  Archive
 (photo: The Niles | Sebastian Prams)
Sudan: Water for peace
25.11.2016  |  Archive
Confluence of the White Nile and the Blue Nile, near Khartoum. (photo: De Agostini, N. Cirani | Gettyimages)
Short fiction
A village in the memory of water
23.11.2016  |  Archive
A women fetches water near Juba. (photo: The Niles)
Short fiction
23.11.2016  |  Archive
Morys Koulibaly wearing The Niles swimming trunks. (photo: The Niles)
Beach Boys: Swimming & Tourism
Sew & Swim: How to do it!
22.11.2016  |  Archive
Juba goes Miami: Fun on Queen Juba, a double-decker boat with twin 320-horse-power engines. (photo: The Niles | Akim Mugisa)
Beach Boys: Swimming & Tourism
Launching the ‘Oky African Boat Cruise Party’
22.11.2016  |  Archive
 (photo: Abdalhady Al-Hag)
Beach Boys: Swimming & Tourism
“It is my first time at the sea and it is charming”
21.11.2016  |  Archive
The champion Ahmed Adam Abdelrahman. (photo: The Niles | Hassan Faroog)
Beach Boys: Swimming & Tourism
“My hatred to water changed into love”
21.11.2016  |  Archive
The remains of the White Nile Brewery in Wau, April 22, 2015. (photo: The Niles | Simon Bingo)
“No beer”
18.11.2016  |  Archive
Some of the most common fish in the Nile: 1. Bayad (Bagrus bajad); 2. Fahaka pufferfish (Tetraodon lineatus); 3. Electric catfish (Malapterurus electricus). (photo: The Niles | Illustrations by Mayu Nakai)
Fish & Ships
Fishing in Juba
17.11.2016  |  Archive
Fresh fish thanks to an old man. Zadu Abdullah (left) Hussein at work. (photo: The Niles | Osman Shinger)
Fish & Ships
“Blue Nile fish are tastier”
17.11.2016  |  Archive