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8/Death: Burying seeds for the next season

A shelter in the desert

Hassan Berkia
Um al-Hassan’s (1902-2003) café was the first establishment opened on the 594-kilometre desert highway linking Khartoum to Egypt.
27.04.2017
8/Death: Burying seeds for the next season

Remembering a friend

Bonifacio Taban
John Gatluak Manguet (1984-2016) loved working as a journalist and was dedicated to serving his community. John was killed in the late afternoon of July 11, 2016.
27.04.2017
8/Death: Burying seeds for the next season

The king of karma

Ochan Hannington
Sallah Jeremiah (1980-2016) used the arts as well as his political influence to create a new culture of peace, in a country that has known violence for decades.
26.04.2017
7/Trauma: Wounds unseen but open

Trapped in a nightmare

Musa Hamid
Ongoing violent conflict in Sudan not only takes its toll on civilians, but also on soldiers who live with mental illness and post traumatic stress disorder.
26.04.2017
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) 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) 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

Aisha Al-Samany
From a law restricting clothing to persecution for apostasy, many basic freedoms are nonexistent for Sudanese women.
25.02.2017
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