A severe food crisis is affecting more than 20 million people in six different countries.
Award-winning photojournalist Renaud Philippe of Quebec is in South Sudan to document the effects of the crisis and the efforts underway to bring life-saving aid to people in need. His trips will include visits to relief efforts coordinated by members of the Humanitarian Coalition.
About Renaud Philippe
Renaud Philippe’s work has appeared in many publications including National Geographic, The Atlantic, The New York Times, MacLean's, Le Monde Diplomatique, Canadian Geographic, Mare magazine, Global Post, Le Figaro, Days Japan.
Renaud’s awards include a Gold National Magazine Award (Photojournalism & Photo Essay), the Magenta Foundation’s 2014 and 2015 Flash Forward award, an Award of Excellence in the International Pictures of the Year Award (POYi), three annual grand prizes from Quebec’s association of independent journalists (AJIQ).