Jenn Warren
Diamonido Marino, 65, is treated for malaria by an IOM nurse in Ezo, Western Equatoria. IOM treats primarily Sudanese IDPs in the area, but won't refuse treatment to refugees in the mobile clinic. In October 2008, thousands of Congolese fleeing violence perpetrated by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) crossed into Southern Sudan to make their way to safety at three main UNHCR settlements, Nyori in Central Equatoria, and Makpandu and Ezo in Western Equatoria. As the violence continues in DRC, CAR and Sudan, new arrivals register with UNHCR weekly. Ezo in particular, remains a security risk for refugees, internally displaced Sudanese, and the aid workers serving them.
Diamonido Marino, 65, is treated for malaria by an IOM nurse in Ezo, Western Equatoria. IOM treats primarily Sudanese IDPs in the area, but won't refuse treatment to refugees in the mobile clinic. In October 2008, thousands of Congolese fleeing violence perpetrated by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) crossed into Southern Sudan to make their way to safety at three main UNHCR settlements, Nyori in Central Equatoria, and Makpandu and Ezo in Western Equatoria. As the violence continues in DRC, CAR and Sudan, new arrivals register with UNHCR weekly. Ezo in particular, remains a security risk for refugees, internally displaced Sudanese, and the aid workers serving them.

Jenn Warren

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Jenn Warren specialises in photography, communications and Communications for Development (C4D) for humanitarian and development clients. Her photography and writing has been published in the Sunday Times Magazine, TIME, Rolling Stone, The Independent, BBC News Online and AlJazeera English, among others.

Jenn has worked for a wide range of government, donor, UN and NGO clients including USAID, UKaid, Médecins Sans Frontières, International Committee for the Red Cross, Amnesty International, Save the Children, PSI, Malaria Consortium, Sonke Gender Justice Network, Inyathelo, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, the National Democratic Institute, CARE, the British Council, UNHCR, UNESCO, WFP/PAM, UNDP and UNICEF.

Jenn also leads photography and communications workshops for youth and professionals, and is proficient in Arabic and American Sign Language. Her photography is exhibited and collected internationally.

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