Sebastian's Recent Stories
World Nov 10Photos: Inside the pediatric unit of a Jordan refugee camp
Between October 2016 and August 2017, some 1,415 children have been born at this unit in Azraq, which averages six births a day.
World May 19Photos: Syrian orphans adjust to life after war and loss
Five-year-old Mustafa is slowly coping after years of screaming with night terrors, and memories of his mother and father lying bloodied in the dust in Aleppo, Syria.
World Mar 14A British photojournalist asked people around London to sum up their feelings about Brexit with one gesture
The U.K. voted to leave the European Union in a result that, like the US presidential election, divided the nation smack down the middle. That’s if we can call our now even lonelier little cold rock in the North Atlantic…
Politics Feb 22A British photojournalist asked people around D.C. to sum up their feelings about President Trump with one gesture
Never in my much-travelled life have I boarded a large commercial airliner where the cabin crew outnumbered the fare-paying passengers. To me this encapsulated heaven on Earth for the often poverty-stricken freelance journalist! To have a choice were I could…
World Aug 22Photos: ‘I saw many bad things,’ says boy who fought in South Sudan
Luny, 14, is one of the lucky ones. He was recently released from an armed group in South Sudan, where he spent three years of his young life.
World Jul 18Photos: A mother’s story of survival in drought-ridden Malawi
As one of the worst droughts ever recorded in Southern and Eastern Africa continues, photojournalist Sebastian Rich has been documenting the desperate lives of the most vulnerable affected in Malawi and Mozambique for UNICEF. View a collection of his photos.
World Apr 05Photos: Thousands may die in parched Somalia, UN warns
Severe droughts are stifling Somalia and forecasts of little rain this year will make things worse, particularly in northern Somalia where people are dependent on livestock for food, the United Nations recently said.
World Mar 27Photos: Algae-growing nuns in Central African Republic fight malnutrition with ingenuity
Nuns at the St. Joseph Health Centre in Bangui, Central African Republic, grow their own algae as a supplement for malnourished children who have been suffering the ravages of war.