Saida-Lebanon.
Young child on an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees  try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools .......

Saida-Lebanon.
Young child on an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
An abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
An abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
 An abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees  try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools .......

Saida-Lebanon.
An abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Women inside an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Women inside an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
View inside a Shelter.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
View inside a Shelter.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
A man with is Tasbih inside a shelter.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
A man with is Tasbih inside a shelter.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
A child inside an  abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees  try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools .......

Saida-Lebanon.
A child inside an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
A mon and is child inside a collective shelter.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
A mon and is child inside a collective shelter.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Young child on an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Young child on an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Child in an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees.  The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Child in an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Young child on an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees  try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools .......

Saida-Lebanon.
Young child on an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
A old woman inside an  abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees  try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.

Saida-Lebanon.
A old woman inside an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.

Saida-Lebanon.
A room inside an  abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees.This building is located in the center of Saida . The owner gave access electricity and water free of charge to refugees. . The refugees  try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools .......

Saida-Lebanon.
A room inside an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees.This building is located in the center of Saida . The owner gave access electricity and water free of charge to refugees. . The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
A room inside an  abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees.This building is located in the center of Saida . The owner gave access electricity and water free of charge to refugees. . The refugees  try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools .......

Saida-Lebanon.
A room inside an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees.This building is located in the center of Saida . The owner gave access electricity and water free of charge to refugees. . The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
A woman on his room inside an  abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees.This building is located in the center of Saida . The owner gave access electricity and water free of charge to refugees. . The refugees  try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools .......

Saida-Lebanon.
A woman on his room inside an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees.This building is located in the center of Saida . The owner gave access electricity and water free of charge to refugees. . The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

the_life_they_left_17
Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Saida-Lebanon.
Young child on an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Young child on an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Child in an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees.  The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Child in an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Child in an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Saida-Lebanon.
Child in an abandoned construction site occupied by Syrian refugees. This building, referred to as a “collective shelter”, is owned by the Islamic University and financed by a Kuwaiti association. About 150 families live within it, all from the Syrian Daraa region. The refugees try to survive through public subsidies and underpaid labor.
the Lebanese government will not allow traditional refugee camps in Lebanon, refugees are finding unusual places to live across the country, including unfinished homes, abandoned shopping malls and schools …….

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.

Lebanon.
Inside a farm in Lebanon.
Syrian refugee children forced to work to support families in Lebanon.
All the youngsters here, aged between seven and 20, are from Syria and earn about $4 a day for 10 hours.