Magazine article New Internationalist

Southern Exposure

Magazine article New Internationalist

Southern Exposure

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This image of children peeking into my camera lens was shot in a village-like setting in Karrare Camp for Internally Displaced People (IDP) on the outskirts of EINyala.asmalltownin southern Darfur.

It was my third trip to Sudan, in November 2004. On a completely different assignment there little more than two years previously, it had looked totally different. At that time Darfur was not on the world's emergency list, so few people had heard of it. I was taken to a village near El Nyala and left on my own with a Sudanese family to document a day in the life of Mahasin, a nomadic girl. There was no army, no government officers checking credentials, not even any NGO workers. By the time I came back at the end of 2004, everything felt different and charged up, with dozens of flights landing daily, some with emergency food supplies, some with NGO workers and some with government officials, VIPs and international celebrities. …

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