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Rehab Eldalil is a documentary photographer, trainer and visual storyteller based in Cairo, Egypt. Passionate towards using collaborative approaches in photography, Rehab’s work mainly focuses on social and cultural concerns within the scope of identity and representation. Working professionally in documentary photography since 2014, Rehab's work has led to collaborations with agencies such as UNHCR, UNICEF, Drosos Foundation, Goethe Institute and Getty Images.
Rehab holds a BA in still photography and cinematography (2011) from faculty of Applied Arts, Egypt and currently pursuing her second year MA photography (2018-2020) long distance learning at Falmouth University, UK.
Rehab is visual storyteller and concept developer of Roots Guide: The Dutch Stories; a multidisciplinary guidebook for social inclusion. Made up of 50+ in-depth visual stories in a form of travel guidebook of the Netherlands by migrants by locals. Awarded National Geographic Explorer Grant 2019, the book is to be published early 2020 in collaboration with Pocket Stories. She is co-author of The Road to Tahrir; a photography book that documents the Egyptian Jan25 revolution 2011. Resulting from a photo-project Rehab co-founded Catherine Exists; an initiative that empowers Bedouin communities in South Sinai.
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.
Rehab is Native, Women Photograph and APJD member.
Finally, Rehab is a certified PADI diver and experienced desert & mountain trekker.