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Early morning scene of a family of Yei. Father Faustino Lasuba, Mother Esther Meling, oldest daughter Lilias Nighty (19) and her baby Gabriel, second daughter Redenta Mandi (15), third daughter Makrin Ataya (13) and younger children Victoria (7), David (3) and Josephine (2). Family sits around an open fire making ’tamaya’, a fried food made from cassava and maize, which they will both eat for breakfast and sell in the market as a cash earner, South Sudan.
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Early morning scene of a family of Yei. Father Faustino Lasuba, Mother Esther Meling, oldest daughter Lilias Nighty (19) and her baby Gabriel, second daughter Redenta Mandi (15), third daughter Makrin Ataya (13) and younger children Victoria (7), David (3) and Josephine (2). Family sits around an open fire making 'tamaya', a fried food made from cassava and maize, which they will both eat for breakfast and sell in the market as a cash earner. stock photo

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