Michael Freeman Photography | A young Jie girl in southeastern Sudan. The Jie tribe are pastoralists, with cattle the primary wealth, and are related to the Turkana of Kenya. This girl is from Nawiaporo village at the foot of the Boma Plateau, close to the Ethiopian border.
A mother holds her premature daughter at Turay Yaradua Maternal and Children’s Hospital in Nigeria. She is holding her baby against her chest to provide skin-to-skin contact and encourage breastfeeding.