Childhood

Childhood

This section tells us about the relationships between the photographers and their younger siblings, or their neighbors’ children in the camp, how the little ones are growing inside a overcrowded refugee camp where every day is a struggle to survive. It’s disarming when we see their big smiles when we see their face contracted from the pain, or because they are starving. None of this seems fair or right. No child deserves to grow up in a place like a camp.