African Photojournalism Database
Rehab Eldalil is a documentary photographer, trainer and visual storyteller. She’s passionate towards using photography for social justice, cultural diversity, teaching, exploration, adventure sports and nature. Working professionally in documentary photography since 2011, Rehab’s current work which mainly focuses on social and cultural concerns, has led to collaborations with agencies such as UNHCR, UNICEF, Drosos Foundation, Goethe Institute and Getty Images. Rehab is also proudly a Native Photographer.
Rehab is visual storyteller and concept developer of Roots Guide: The Dutch Stories; an interactive visual guidebook of the Netherlands, awarded National Geographic Explorer Grante 2019, to be published early 2020. She is co-author of The Road to Tahrir; a photography book that documents the Egyptian Jan25 revolution 2011 and co-founder & volunteer at Catherine Exists; a social-art initiative that empowers an indigenous Bedouin community in Egypt.
As a photography trainer since 2009, Rehab has conducted over 500 photography workshops in the private sector and at the American University in Cairo and has created many educational modules. Collaborating with the Catholic Relief Services, her recent workshops use photography to foster self-expression, intercultural dialogue and peace-making between communities in conflict. Finally, Rehab is a certified PADI diver and experienced desert & mountain trekker.
2017 - WeMena200 , 2017 - YLVP Alumni, 2016 - 1of16 most infeluential people in Egypt, 2016 - Laureate Global Alumni, 2015 - ChangemakerXchange Alumni, 2012 - UNWomen award, 2011 - UNAIDS award