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feature: The Women of Jordan's Zaatari Refugee Camp // Rena Effendi
Of the 124,000 people living in Zaatari, Jordan, the world's second largest refugee camp, 54% are women and 42% of the families there are headed by women. The life...
feature: Courage in The Congo // Rena Effendi
The broad, brown, bloated Dungu River slips with a clotted lethargy through the silent bush, as if it were too got and humid to do anything more than roll over and...
feature: Cuba -Between here and Paradise // Rena Effendi
Rena Effendi, documented many of the neighbourhoods and enclaves that appear in the work of Padura and other Cuban artists. In her photos of Havana, we see a city...
feature: Hay // Rena Effendi
When Rena Effendi went to Transylvania to photograph hay for National Geographic, she envisioned a fairy tale, someplace almost medieval. But when she arrived in...
feature: Spirit Lake // Rena Effendi
Located in an isolated and economically languishing area of North Dakota, Spirit Lake is a Sioux Indian reservation home to some 6,200 inhabitants. Tribe members...
feature: Batumi: A New City by the Old Sea // Rena Effendi
Since 2007, foreign investment in Batumi, a city on the Black Sea coast of Georgia, has exceeded $100 million per year, resulting in a dramatically changed skyline....
feature: Liquid Land // Rena Effendi
An endangered species of people Liquid Land is a collective portrait of communities living dangerously among the oil spills and industrial ruin of the Absheron...
feature: We Are Here // Rena Effendi
Coptic Christians in Egypt number more than 10,000,000, making them the largest (religious) minority group in the country, one that has become more a target for...
feature: Last Dance Of Tarlabasi // Rena Effendi
A dilapidated neighborhood in the city’s center, the main street of Tarlabasi runs parallel to Istiklal Prospect, Istanbul’s cosmopolitan artery. If, by walking...
feature: For The Love Of Elephants // Rena Effendi
Located in a valley along the border with the troubled territory of Burma/Myanmar, Elephants Nature Park (ENP) in Chiang-Mai, Thailand is a tourist-accessible...
feature: Full Circle // Rena Effendi
“Full Circle” documents the struggle and pride of Istanbul’s transgender community. With a rising conservatism and more publicly expressed intolerance toward...
feature: Chernobyl, Still Life In The Zone // Rena Effendi
The first signs of the Chernobyl nuclear accident of April 26, 1986 were detected in Sweden two days later, after a cloud of radioactive fallout from the explosion...
feature: Azerbaijan Flood // Rena Effendi
On May 10th residents of some 20 villages along the Kura River in Azerbaijian had to flee from the floods caused by heavy rains that increased the water level in...
feature: Oli Village // Rena Effendi
Soviet era industrialisation program and mostly petroleum-related production created an environmental crisis both in the Caspian Sea and onshore in Baku,...
feature: Khinaliq Village // Rena Effendi
First decade into the 21st century, Khinaliq, because of its remoteness, still managed to preserve its ancient way of life. There is no running water but the stream...
feature: Georgia Russia Conflict // Rena Effendi
A visual documentation of the 2008 conflict in Georgia after a Russian invasion. click to view the complete set in the archive
feature: Youth In Tehran // Rena Effendi
This is a story about a place where holding hands in public is punishable and the sight of a woman smoking is cause for arrest, where being different, whether it is...
feature: Pipe Dreams // Rena Effendi
Snaking 1,700 kilometres through five conflict zones, in the shadow of the Caucasus mountains, the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline manoeuvres through a delicate...
feature: Holidays In The Mine // Rena Effendi
Located in Kemerevo region of western Siberia, Kuznetskiy coal basin (short Kuzbass), possessing an estimated 725 billion tones of coal over an area of 70,000...
feature: House of Happiness // Rena Effendi
House of Happiness documents family and cultural rituals in the traditional society of Ferghana Valley, a post-Soviet melting pot of Central Asian ethnicities that...
feature: Neighbourhoods In Cairo // Rena Effendi
Life in a cobweb of Cairo's alleys and corners: from the City of the Dead, the legendary expanse of cemeteries, where ghosts roam the streets at night. People...