A selection of images covering both Palestinian and Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
More than half of Syrian refugees in Lebanon are children
The football pitches of Shatila are a rare open space in the overcrowded camp, where rates of poverty are high
Though it is called a ‘camp’ Shatila is actually another neighbourhood in Beirut – albeit a particularly poor one. It was set up shortly after hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were expelled from their homeland in 1948.
Ahmed Mohammed with his son. Ahmed runs a small shoe shop within the Hoshal al-Oumara camp, which is home to around 400 refugees.
Omar, an 11-year-old Palestinian schoolboy, lives in the Palestinian refugee camp of Shatila. He dreams of life as a professional footballer.
Kenana with her seven-year-old daughter Lamar at their home in Shatila, Beirut. Kenana worries that her daughter is unable to remember Syria.
Omar at his home in Shatila.
Children sweep snow from the roof of their shelter. Few of the tents are new and run the risk of collapsing under the strain of the weather.