Camille Lepage, a photographer and free reporter, was killed in May this year while working in the Central African Republic. Some of the members of our Club knew Camille's friends, who speak with disbelief and sadness about this brave young girl who moved to Juba when she was 24 years old. She made amazing photographs and stories in South Sudan and surrounding countries. Some of them you can find in Camille's portfolio, which breathes now more than ever.
Camille was a passionate traveler, and today we bring to you one of her photo-stories, released in EMAJ magazine last year.
These photographs Camille Lepage took in the Nuba Mountains in South Sudan. She witnessed a miracle of birth in one refugee camp. However, comparing to mothers in other countries, mothers in South Sudan have the smallest chance of surviving the childbirth.