Nathalie Bertrams is a photojournalist who works across Africa and the Middle East. Her work has been published by e.g. The Guardian, Al Jazeera, The Wall Street Journal, Süddeutsche Zeitung. She is 2017 grantee of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and winner of the EU Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2016 for journalism on development. She can be contacted for assignments.
2017 - Pulitzer Centre on Crisis Reporting - Grant, 2017 - Stiftung Kunstfonds - Grant, 2017 - Hostwriter Story Prize, 2016 - Kolga Tbilisi Photo Awards , 2016 - Kuala Lumpur International Photoawards, 2016 - Martin Lagois Photo Prize, 2016 - #hostwriterPrize, 2015 - Lorenzo Natali Media Prize , 2015 - Felix Schoeller Photo Awards, 2015 - Humanity Photo Awards, Beijing, 2015 - Athens Photo Festival, 2013 - Joan Wakelin Bursary, Royal Photographic Society, 2011 - World Photography Awards
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Khat market, Ethiopia
Aweday, a village near Harar in Southeastern Ethipia, is at the heart of the Ethiopian khat (or qat) trade. Khat is a mildly narcotic plant that has been chewed and enjoyed socially for centuries in the Horn of Africa.