Custom Bus Park
Hai Malakal Cemetery
John Garang Mausoleum
Juba International Airport
Juba Nile Bridge
Juba Town (Hai Jallaba)
Konyo Konyo Market
Nyakuron Cultural Centre
UN House (PoC site)
University Of Juba
A Night At The Movies
The early years of cinema in Sudan and the little-known story of Juba’s only movie theater, the Juba Picture House. By Brendan Tuttle
And The Country Still Needs Us
And The Country Still Needs Us—A Story of the Chiefs of South Sudan: our new documentary film explores the history and the work of South Sudan's traditional leaders, as well as their relationship with the youth.
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South Sudan National Archives: Safeguarding Our History
The first public exhibition of South Sudan's historical records.
Wrestling For Peace
The tournament brought together four state teams for a colourful celebration of sports and culture.
Juba In The Making Fast Forward
The journey of this project since its inception in 2013.
Story of Mary: Introduction
A ten-part video series about waste management, initially published in 2013, revisited in 2018.