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Le Monde
Cedric Gerbehaye, 2010 EF Photographer, continues his project on South Sudan. Most recently, he was featured in Le Monde. 

Cedric Gerbehaye

Le Monde

Cedric Gerbehaye, 2010 EF Photographer, continues his project on South Sudan. Most recently, he was featured in Le Monde. 

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Cedric Gerbehaye

De Standaard Weekblad

Cedric Gerbehaye, 2010 EF photographer, continues his project on South Sudan. His most recent work was published in De Standaard and featured on the cover. 

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Cedric Gerbehaye
Featured in MotherJones
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South Sudan came into being a year ago but remains fragile today: It is rife with violent conflict and corruption, and sorely lacks infrastructure.In 2005, a peace treaty between Sudan’s mostly Muslim North and mostly Christian South put an end to Africa’s longest civil war and set in motion a process for the South to become independent. After almost 99 percent of the population voted for separation in January 2011, the leaders of the main Southern rebel group, the Sudan People’s Liberation Army, became the de facto leaders of the new nation. Today, the country is among the worst in health and education rankings globally. And President Salva Kiir recently admitted that the country’s leadership stole $4 billion in funds intended for clinics, roads, and schools.

Cedric Gerbehaye

Featured in MotherJones

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South Sudan came into being a year ago but remains fragile today: It is rife with violent conflict and corruption, and sorely lacks infrastructure.

In 2005, a peace treaty between Sudan’s mostly Muslim North and mostly Christian South put an end to Africa’s longest civil war and set in motion a process for the South to become independent. After almost 99 percent of the population voted for separation in January 2011, the leaders of the main Southern rebel group, the Sudan People’s Liberation Army, became the de facto leaders of the new nation. Today, the country is among the worst in health and education rankings globally. And President Salva Kiir recently admitted that the country’s leadership stole $4 billion in funds intended for clinics, roads, and schools.

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Cedric Gerbehaye

New Statesmen, A Long Walk

South Sudan may be a brand new country but it’s fighting the same old war.

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Cedric Gerbehaye

Ooggetuige: Echo’s Van Darfour, De Standaard

Eyewitness: Echo’s of Darfur was printed in De Standaard on March 25, 2012, featuring work by 2010 EF photographer Cedric Gerbehaye.

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Cedric Gerbehaye
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
South Sudan: Untold Consequences of a Hidden War
Cedric Gerbehaye covered the growing tensions and the hidden war between the newly formed South Sudan and Sudan. The Khartoum regime continues to wage a war against the rebels of South Kordofan. 

“Humanitarian disaster,” “war crimes,” “crimes against humanity,” “ethnic cleansing,” and “another Darfur” are the terms used by observers and analysts. Air strikes, ground fighting, mortar fire, killing and sexual violence are the facts. More than 100,000 people fled this hidden war to take refuge in the remote and impoverished area of the border between Sudan and the new state of South Sudan.

Read the full report on Pulitzer Center site. 

Cedric Gerbehaye

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

South Sudan: Untold Consequences of a Hidden War

Cedric Gerbehaye covered the growing tensions and the hidden war between the newly formed South Sudan and Sudan. The Khartoum regime continues to wage a war against the rebels of South Kordofan. 

“Humanitarian disaster,” “war crimes,” “crimes against humanity,” “ethnic cleansing,” and “another Darfur” are the terms used by observers and analysts. Air strikes, ground fighting, mortar fire, killing and sexual violence are the facts. More than 100,000 people fled this hidden war to take refuge in the remote and impoverished area of the border between Sudan and the new state of South Sudan.

Read the full report on Pulitzer Center site. 

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Cedric Gerbehaye

De Volkskrant, Flight from Sudan

2010 EF Photographer Cedric Gerbehaye’s work was featured on De Volkskrant, March 22, 2012. 

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Cedric Gerbehaye
El Pais
Cedric Gerbehaye published in El Pais magazine. 

Cedric Gerbehaye

El Pais

Cedric Gerbehaye published in El Pais magazine. 

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Audio Excerpt #2 from discussion with Cedric Gerbehaye and Rebecca Hamilton.

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Cedric Gerbehaye

Images Magazine, Soudan la guerre en pointille

Cedric Gerbehaye’s photos featured on French Images Magazine.