Laid out neatly on a dressing table, a tiara, hair ornaments, lipsticks, eye shadows and mascara, cigarette lighters and a Quran sit on display at a beautician’s shop in Zaatari Camp’s Sharia Souq (Market Street). Run by twenty-year-old businesswoman Seba, the boutique has helped support her whole… read more ›
They call her "the old woman." She is one of several widows in charge of "women's needs" in an camp for thousands of displaced people on the western outskirts of Kabul.
On average Ren Bebe, 50, oversees a birth a day and is one of the only people women… read more ›
Since the war in Syria erupted in the Spring of 2011, the death toll has risen over 80,000. The rebels and the army of Bashar al-Assad's regime are still in a fierce battle with one other. Each side has its own agenda and uses of propaganda including… read more ›