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  • A UNICEF supported school South Sudan ~ Photography by Sebastian Rich/©Magnum~Insights

    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~ We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods " ~ Brassai
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  • UNICEF KISMAYO SOMALILAND
    A UNICEF supported school Kismayo Somalia ~ Photography by Sebastian Rich/©Magnum~Insights
    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~ We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods "
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  • Somalia
    The child and maternal mortality rates for Somalia are among the highest in the world. One out of every ten Somali children dies before seeing their first birthday. One out of every twelve women dies due to pregnancy related causes. Photography: Sebastian Rich for UNICEF/Copyright/All Rights reserved.


    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~ We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods "
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  • Somalia
    The child and maternal mortality rates for Somalia are among the highest in the world. One out of every ten Somali children dies before seeing their first birthday. One out of every twelve women dies due to pregnancy related causes. Photography: Sebastian Rich for UNICEF/Copyright/All Rights reserved.


    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~ We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods "
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  • South Sudan

    One year old Chieng Boul is suffering from acute malnutrition,Tuberculosis and is HIV positive. The ongoing conflict in the young country of South Sudan has placed 7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance-half of them children.

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  • Nigeria

    Severly malmourished Ayyuba - Ibrahim two years old years old weighs just 5.3 kilos but should for his age weigh 13to 14 kilos. He is photographed here with his mother Hadiza Audo.at the Bichi District Hospital, Nigeria.

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  • Afghanistan

    Malnourished child Jalalabad-Afghanistan.

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  • Jordan/Syria
    Ibrahim one second old is born a Syrian refugee at the UNICEF funded paediatric hospital in the Azraq refugee camp in Jordan fifty kilometers from the Syrian border 
    Photography by Sebastian Rich all rights reserved.
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  • Somalia
    Guri aan hooyo lahayni waa lama degaan ~ A home without a mother is like a desert. Somali proverb.

    One of the most peaceful sleeping images of a child I have photographed, but unfortunately the child and maternal mortality rates for Somalia are amongst the highest in the world. One out of every ten Somali children dies before seeing their first birthday. One out of every twelve women dies due to pregnancy related causes. only. Photography: Sebastian Rich for UNICEF/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

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  • South Sudan

    " I don't know anywhere where the people are hungrier for education than South Sudan" ~ Emmanuel Jal ~ Former child soldier.

    The scale of the crisis in the world’s youngest country (South Sudan) is staggering. Since the violence erupted on 15 December 2013, almost 750,000 children have been internally displaced and more than 320,000 are living as refugees. Hundreds of thousands of children have lost months of education in school, even as schools are starting to reopen. Children are still reported as being used by armed forces and groups in the conflict. With traditional social structures damaged, children are also increasingly vulnerable to violence, sexual abuse and exploitation. Photography by Sebastian Rich for UNICEF all rights reserved

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  • South Sudan
    Mary 14 years old (not her real name ) was kidnapped when she was 12 yrs old by an armed group and forced into becoming a child soldier. In a jungle clearing Yambio, South Sudan 17/4/2018 she is released into the care of UNICEF with 200 other child soldiers. Mary says "I have no idea where my parents are I dont think I will ever see them again"
    Photography by Sebastian Rich for UNICEF

    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~ We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods " ~ Brassai
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  • South Sudan
    Best friends through it all ............
    Paul and John (not their real names) both twelve years old served as child soldiers together in the same unit. Somehow they survived to be given the chance to be children again. Along with Paul and John on April 17 2018 in a jungle clearing in  Yambio, South Sudan. Two hundred children are also released from armed groups. The children formally disarmed and hand over their uniforms. Across the country in 2018, there are still around 19,000 children serving in the ranks of armed forces and groups. UNICEF South Sudan is supporting the release of children back to their communities by reuniting children with their families, supporting interim care centers where children receive psycho social support, education and vocational training
    . Photography Sebastian Rich

    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~ We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods "


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  • Somalia
    The child and maternal mortality rates for Somalia are among the highest in the world. One out of every ten Somali children dies before seeing their first birthday. One out of every twelve women dies due to pregnancy related causes. only. Photography: Sebastian Rich for UNICEF/Copyright/All Rights reserved.
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  • Lebanon

    Young Syrian refugee in Lebanon's Bekka valley.

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  • Chad
    Odmangal has performed over one thousand FGM (female genital mutilation) procedures on children in Chad. She has never cleaned the blades. The blade on the right is home made and apart from never being cleaned has never been sharpened. She believes cleaning or sharpening would destroy the blades magic. Female genital mutilation is more widespread than ever before ~ and not limited to Africa as often believed. Previous estimates counted 130 million victims. New data raises that total to 200 million. The countries with the highest prevalence are Somalia and Guinea. Photography by Sebastian Rich for UNICEF all rights reserved
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  • South Sudan

    One year old Chieng Boul is suffering from acute malnutrition,Tuberculosis and is HIV positive. The ongoing conflict in the young country of South Sudan has placed 7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance—half of them children. The fighting has forced more than 1.5 million people to flee their homes, and many are living out in the open without protection from heat or severe rains.With farmers unable to plant crops because of the violence, food is growing scarce. Unless malnutrition treatment is scaled up immediately, 50,000 children are likely to die. 

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  • South Sudan

    Children play in a 'Safe Child Area' in the Benuit camp for the internally displaced in South Sudan.

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  • Syria/Jordan
    Syrian refugee children in Jordan battling against the intense winter cold. Photography by Sebastian Rich All rights reserved.
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  • Malawi
    Two year old 'Desire' is suffering from severe malnutrition. Malawi is one of the world’s least developed countries. It has approximately 16 million people, 53% of whom live under the national poverty line, and 90% of whom live on less than $2 per day. UNICEF estimated that there are 46,000 severely malnourished children. Photography ~ Sebastian Rich
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  • UNICEF MOZAMBIQUE
    So very happy at the Magude District Escola Do 1-2 Graus De Matchabe (school ) Mozambique.
    Photography by Sebastian Rich for UNICEF
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  • Malawi
    Two year old 'Desire' is suffering from severe malnutrition. Malawi is one of the world’s least developed countries. It has approximately 16 million people, 53% of whom live under the national poverty line, and 90% of whom live on less than $2 per day. UNICEF estimated that there are 46,000 severely malnourished children. Desire is photographed here with her mother in the Balaka District hospital in Malawi Photography ~ Sebastian Rich
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  • Somalia
    Mother and child Somalia ~Photography: Sebastian Rich/All rights reserved
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  • South Sudan
    A young woman with her newborn in the United Nations POC (Protection of Civilians Site) Juba South Sudan.
    Photography by Sebastian Rich all rights reserved. (Lumix GH4 with 12-35mm f2/8)
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  • Somalia
    Rape victim with her newborn. Kismayo Somalia ~ Photography Sebastian Rich all rights reserved
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  • Lebanon

    A little Syrian refugee in an unofficial settlement camp in the Lebanon's Bekka Valley appeared out of nowhere, jumped into frame while I was shooting some generic images of the camp and shyly gave me a small bunch of red flowers. Sometimes I am just caught so unawares with moments of inherent human kindness and my heart just melts.

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  • Mozambique
     A rather independent young lady walking home in Ampivine Community Mozambique.
    For every 1,000 children born in Mozambique an average of 104 will die, making infant mortality one of the most urgent problems facing the country today. According to UNICEF, around 86,000 newborn babies die before their first birthday, and an additional 38,000 die before the age of 5, the equivalent of almost 340 child deaths per day. Photography ~ Sebastian Rich
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  • Somalia
    Schoolgirl Baidoa ~ Somalia ~ Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.
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  • Somalia
    A young girl waits to be see at a medical 'drop in center' Somalia. Photography Sebastian Rich for UNICEF
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  • Afghanistan

    Malnourished child in hospital Herat Afghanistan.

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  • Somaliland
    Mother and daughter in a clinic Somaliland. Photography by Sebastian Rich for UNICEF
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  • Afghanistan

    Afghan primary school children in a rare mixed school in Afghanistan show their UNICEF donated textbooks to the camera for a publicity photograph. Bamyam Province Afghanistan.

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  • South Sudan

    A UNICEF response team navigate the river Nile in South Sudan to take supplies to villages inaccessible by road.

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  • Afghanistan

    Afghan children Panchir Valley.

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  • Cameroon

    UNICEF Cameroon/Borgop Site. Region Adamawa.This little girl and her family fled the terrible fighting with Boko Harem in the north of the country and have taken shelter in a refugee camp.

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  • Afghanistan

    Mother with severly malnourshed child Jalalabad Afghanistan.

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  • UNICEF SOUTH SUDAN

    Four year old Nyajima Guet is severely malnourished she weighs just 9kg and should at least weigh 17kg's for her age. She is also suffering from Tuberculosis. The ongoing conflict in the young country of South Sudan has placed 7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance—half of them children. The fighting has forced more than 1.5 million people to flee their homes, and many are living out in the open without protection from heat or severe rains.With farmers unable to plant crops because of the violence, food is growing scarce. Unless malnutrition treatment is scaled up immediately, 50,000 children are likely to die.

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  • South Sudan
    The last day of this assignment with UNICEF in fact the last frame from my camera ended in capturing a lifeless tiny bundle of immense sadness. Little Rita in the the first summer years of her short life died while I photographed in the Juba Children's Hospital South Sudan. Rita died of severe acute malnutrition (SAM) not because of famine caused by a natural disaster but by mans ongoing bloody wars in this stricken country. Cutting off road infrastructure for essential food supplies were they are most desperately needed. The tiny most vulnerable ones suffer and die in their thousands. To the men with guns and no heart for your country the Rita's of South Sudan are your terrible legacy. Photography by Sebastian Rich for UNICEF

    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~ We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods "

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  • Somalia
    The child and maternal mortality rates for Somalia are among the highest in the world. One out of every ten Somali children dies before seeing their first birthday. One out of every twelve women dies due to pregnancy related causes. only. Photography: Sebastian Rich for UNICEF/Copyright/All Rights reserved.
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  • South Sudan

    Internally displaced children play in filthy water at the Benuit Camp South Sudan.

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  • Lebanon

    Salma Heyak visits Saadnayz UNICEF protection centre Bekaa Valley Lebanon.

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  • Afghanistan

    Afghan soldier with highly decorated A.K. 47 (Klashnikov) is part of a security detail to protect the saftey of the photographer while he photographs in a medical clinic for UNICEF on the out skirts of Khandahar City Afghanistan. Fear of kidnapp and the assasination of western journalists by the Taliban are very much a reality in this part of Afghanistan.

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  • UNICEF SOUTH SUDAN

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    New arrivalls at the Benuit Camp for the internally displaced in South Sudan

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  • Afghanistan

    Afghan children play peek-a-boo with the photographer in a tented classroom situated in the grounds of a local girls school. Herat city Afghanistan. The school is partially funded by UNICEF. Copyright: Sebastian Rich/UNICEF All rights reserved

     

     

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  • Ethiopia

    Refugee Ethiopian mother and child take shelter from the raging civil war and wait for food aid at a Non Governmental Organisation food distribution centre in the sweltering desert sun on the central plains of Ethiopia.

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  • Somalia
    A little girl suffering from severe acute malnutrition in Kismayo, Somalia. Her hands are heavily bandaged to stop her pulling the essential feeding tube out of her nose.I photographed this little one just two days ago on 6/10/2017
    The number of children in Somalia expected to suffer from severe acute malnutrition has surged by 50 percent since the beginning of this year, according to UNICEF. Some 1.4 million children more than the entire population of San Diego, California are expected to be acutely malnourished in 2017


    " We photographers are nothing but a pack of crooks, thieves and voyeurs. We are to be found everywhere we are not wanted ~  We betray secrets that were never entrusted to us, we spy shamelessly on things that are not our business ~ And end up the hoarders of a vast quantity of stolen goods "  ~ Brassai

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  • Afghanistan

    Grandmother and her grandchild beg for money from the photographer while waiting for polio and measles vaccination at the Minaret Health Center in Herat City Afghanistan. The center is supported by UNICEF and has up to a hundred visitors a day.The child's parents were killed by the Taliban the grandmother left with the child have no means of support.

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  • South Sudan
    " I consider the existence of child soldiers our greatest failure " ~ Former UN Secetary General ~ Kofi Annan

    Child soldiers of the Cobra faction South Sudan. Photography Sebastian Rich all rights reserved

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  • South Sudan
    Ajok-Wol  buying sorghum in the market of the town Aweil, South Sudan. Sorghum is the only foodstuff that the price has not risen drastically as it is airdropped in the rural areas surrounding Aweil by The World food programme. Although this food aid is supposed to be free to the general populace it finds its way to the market and is sold for 400 Sudanese pounds per kilo. Ajok says "that if the sorghum does not come from the air I cannot afford to buy any other food and my family will starve to death". Ajok has eight children five girls and and three boys, She says "that life is so difficult for me to support my family as I have no work at all. Luckily all my children have little jobs here in the market doing all sorts of things from cleaning to washing and this helps. Two months ago I was just about able to give all the children two meals a day, but now everything is getting more and more expensive so its just one meal a day and its always sorghum every day". Photography by Sebastian Rich All rights reserved
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  • Somalia
    Faadumo Mohamed Ahmed, 15 days old,born nearly three months prematurely. The little one still only weighs 1kilo.
    Her mother just fifteen years old died from complications while
    giving birth.
    The hospital not having any working incubators have placed tiny frail Faadumo in a black plastic shopping bag wrapped in blankets in a desperate attempt to keep the little one at an optimum temperature to give her a slim chance of survival.
    Photographed at the Bosaso Central Hospital, Bosaso, Puntland State,Somalia. 9/11/2016
    Photography Sebastian Rich for UNICEF

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  • South Sudan
    A young girl washing in the United Nations Protection of Civilian Site (POC) in Bentiu,Unity State South Sudan~ Photography by Sebastian Rich all rights reserved.
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  • Syria/Jordan
    Hamida Aljadon, 57yrs a Syrian refugee, with her two her grandchildren Hadeel 4yrs and Gahaza 2yrs in their rented home near the town of Mufraq, Jordan. Sebastian Rich/All rights reserved
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  • Afghanistan

    Street children Kabul Afghanistan.

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  • South Sudan
    Bentiu General Hospital in Unity State, South Sudan. The hospital has been looted so many times that there is hardly anything left. Six year old' Idea' who has chronic Malaria is huddled sweating and shivering on the stone floor. She is on the floor because the beds have been looted. Her older sister Maria aged 14 is watching over her.~ Photography by Sebastian Rich all rights reserved.
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  • Afghanistan

    Children play football in the grounds of the old Royal Palace, Kabul Afghanistan. 

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  • South Sudan
    Young child takes the shade under the fuselage of a W.F.P. aircraft. Pibor South Sudan ~ Photography Sebastian Rich
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  • Afghanistan
    Womens prison Herat Afghanistan

    Afghan women and young girls often run away from home (a crime) to escape forced or underage marriage, beatings, stabbings, burnings, rapes and even forced prostitution. 'Zina' (sex outside marriage) is also a crime under Afghan law, punishable by up to 15 years in prison. Some women and girls have been convicted of 'Zina' after being raped or forced into prostitution. Prosecution of women who are survivors of gender-based violence has continued, but many abusers of women and young girls continue to go free ~ Photography by Sebastian Rich/all rights reserved.

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  • AFGHANISTAN

    Young girl peeps from the family tent Herat-Afghanistan.

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