(L) Joseph Mayom Dut, Radio Presenter from Lakes State: “I want South Sudanese to stop killing each other.{quote}(R) Maliamungu Zacchaeus, Youth in Solidarity Co-founder from Eastern Equatoria State: {quote}After our independence, the government did not focus much on trauma healing. Changing our mind-set of killing, to one of living in love and harmony is the first step towards healing. May the hearts of those mourning bring us together in the process of healing and reconciliation.”

(L) Joseph Mayom Dut, Radio Presenter from Lakes State: “I want South Sudanese to stop killing each other." 

(R) Maliamungu Zacchaeus, Youth in Solidarity Co-founder from Eastern Equatoria State: "After our independence, the government did not focus much on trauma healing. Changing our mind-set of killing, to one of living in love and harmony is the first step towards healing. May the hearts of those mourning bring us together in the process of healing and reconciliation.” 

Jenn Warren

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Jenn Warren specialises in photography, storytelling, participatory and digital media, and Communication for Development (C4D). She has supported a range of humanitarian and development clients, including USAID, UKaid, Médecins Sans Frontières, International Committee for the Red Cross, Amnesty International, Save the Children, Malaria Consortium, Sonke Gender Justice, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, Grassroot Soccer, UNHCR, UNESCO, WFP and UNICEF. 

Jenn's photography has been published in the Sunday Times Magazine, TIME, Rolling Stone, The Independent, BBC News Online and AlJazeera English, amongst others, and as a Communications Consultant, she creates content to suit government, donor, and organisational needs using photography, audio, video, text and design. Jenn holds a Masters in Communication for Development from Malmo University in Sweden, and leads photography, storytelling and digital media workshops for youth and professionals. 

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