The life of South Sudan’s Dinka people – in pictures
During South Sudan’s dry season between December and May, members of the Dinka tribe move from the highlands to the lowlands close to the river Nile, where they set up extensive cattle camps, ensuring their animals are close to grazing land.
Photographer Stefanie Glinski visited a camp in Mingkaman, in Lakes state
- Stefanie Glinski/AFP/Getty Images
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