Khartoum: Photo journal

KHARTOUM, Sudan.

Plagued by disease, a crumbled economy and rivers of corruption, Sudan remains a humble country. One that has unexpectedly forced me to process the true adversities of life.

I left Sudan thankful for my privilege, appreciative of simplicity and stricken by the strife. I didn’t expect much before embarking on this assignment, but I am in awe of what I have found.

This is a tribute to the authenticity of Sudan, its hospitable people, and the beauty of resilience.

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