A 10-month-old girl named Buseiwa was one of the many refugees that Pieter ten Hoopen took portraits of in Sudan's capital of Khartoum. Just before she entered the studio, she had taken a blood test for malaria.
Hawa Haranan, 40, works as a cleaner at a medical clinic. She was born in the war-torn Darfur region, and she came to the Mayo camp as a refugee.
Namat Edris, 30, is a mother of six.
Johahir Zakaria, 17, holds her baby daughter.
Mohajed, 33, works at the medical clinic at the Mayo camp.
Mohammed Ali, 48, is working in the public relations department for the medical clinic, which was recently built by an Italian humanitarian group called Emergency.
Salah Hassan, 23, works as a guard at the clinic.
Sadia Mahmoud, 35, and her child had been sick with fever for several days.
Amira Osman, 13, came to the medical clinic with her younger sister, who sought care for a fever that turned out to be malaria.
Hawa Atif, 5, had a blood test taken and is waiting for the results.
Fateha Abdulwahab, 30, visited the clinic with her young son Osman Hasun. He had a bad cold.