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
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juba in the making
The promising beginnings of blind football in South Sudan
Blind football was inaugurated in June 2023 in the presence of government, NGO and civil society representatives. It was on the occasion of the final of the very first championship of this little-known sport in the young nation.
'We can sleep hungry'
A short video on South Sudanese women and the food crisis in 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
To The Juba Wharf
Essay | From the founding and expansion of Juba to the city's forgotten role in World War II, Brendan Tuttle takes us back to how 'Juba insisted on becoming a place'.
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.
"As imposing a show as possible": Aviation in colonial Sudan and South Sudan, 1916-1930
This essay by Dr. Brendan Tuttle looks at the establishment of the Juba Airport and the Juba Hotel in the light of a broad colonial history and legacy.
Reaching the unreachable
A clean water facility has been inaugurated by senior government officials and the ambassador of India, in a remote area of Juba.
Peace Celebration Day In Juba
On October 31, 2018, thousands gathered to mark the signing of the September 2018 peace agreement, after more than four years of civil war in South Sudan.
A Fisherman's Tale
How a fisherman gained his independence and found a way to provide for his family.
A Mother In Need
The struggle of a young mother-of-three whose last born had developed malnutrition.
South Sudan National Archives: Safeguarding Our History
The first public exhibition of South Sudan's historical records.
Until the Morning Comes
The life of university students at the Protection of Civilians (PoC) site of the United Nations in the periphery of Juba.
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.
A University In The South
The creation of the University of Juba in the context of the Sudanese civil wars.
'Boxing The Past'
The South Sudan National Archives in Historical Perspective.
The Mausoleum Of John Garang: A Space of Commemoration and Political Reification
An article about the roles played by martyrs in the creation of a South Sudanese national memory.
Story Of Mary: Part 10
A cleaning campaign, a glimmer of hope, disrupted by the outbreak of civil war in December 2013.
Story Of Mary: Part 9
Where the students gather, discuss how to advocate for the environment, and seek advice from professors.
Story Of Mary: Part 8
A visit of the plastic-recycling facility that used to operate in 2013 but closed down after the conflict started.
Story Of Mary: Part 7
A day with Angelina Juang and the women cooperative of plastic bottles collection - and a follow up story, five years later.
Story Of Mary: Part 6
A meeting with the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to talk about Juba's waste collection pilot programme.
Story of Mary : Part 5 (Bonus 2)
An interview with John, waste-picker in Juba.
Story of Mary : Part 5 (Bonus 1)
An interview with Suzan, waste-picker in Juba.
Story Of Mary: Part 5
Visiting the dumpsite, meeting its waste-pickers and a team conducting a waste analysis exercise.
Story Of Mary: Part 4
The case of a wheelbarrow garbage collector.
Story Of Mary: Part 3
Investigating the work of a scrap metal dealer.
Story Of Mary: Part 2
Where the students visit their neighbours to find out how they get rid of their garbage.
Story of Mary: Introduction
A ten-part video series about waste management, initially published in 2013, revisited in 2018.
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