Sumy Sadurni

Sumy is a freelance journalist and photographer originally from Spain, currently based in Kampala, Uganda covering the East Africa region.

She is fluent in spoken and written English, French and Spanish. Her work is primarily focused on international current affairs, human rights, gender issues, conflicts and social issues. She has lived and/or worked in Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Chile, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.

She is a regular contributor to Agence France Presse (AFP).

She also is a certified Canon trainer and leads photography workshops.

Publications
BBC World Service
The Week
The Huffington Post
The Times
Washington Post
The Telegraph
The New York Times
Newsweek
France 24
Liberation
News Deeply
Flint Magazine
Foreign Policy
CNN
The Economist
Public Radio International (PRI)
The Guardian
National Geographic
Getty Images
Feature Shoot
TV 5 Monde
Radio France International (RFI)
New Vision UG
VICE
Noisey
LIGHT Journal
Flofferz Magazine
The Santiago Times
Deutsche Presse Agency
Iron Fist Magazine
The Daily Mail
The Sun
The Mirror

Clients
Agence France Presse (AFP)
All Across Africa
ACTED International
Aletheia Foundation
Art of a Child - MATATART
Bless a Child Foundation
Caritas Belgium
Diakonia
Danish Church Aid
European Union Commission
Human Network International
IKEA Sweden
International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC)
Makmende Media
Musana Community Development
Kongoloko Fashion
One.org
Plan International (DK)
School for Life Foundation
The Big Kafunda
Tugende
Warchild Canada

Acknowledgements
Finalist at International Women Photography Awards 2017

Affiliations
International Women Media Foundation (IWMF) Great Lakes Reporting Fellow
Member of Foreign Correspondents Association of Uganda (FCAU)
Member of Frontline Freelance Register (FFR)
Canon Central and North Africa Certified Trainer

Training
HEFAT Certified 2018

 

--> Trained in London, where she completed a Journalism foundation course at London College of Communication and a BA Hons Journalism degree at University of Westminster.