Six boys, three nationalities, from grade 3 to grade 7. Giving voices to children through the use of images and sharing their lives in Lebanon with the world.

The Dar el Awlad Photography Club (Class 2) is a group of six residents at a maytam (children’s home) in the suburbs of Beirut, Lebanon. The children in the club represent a slice of the diversity in Lebanon: Palestinian, Syrian, and Lebanese. The purpose of this project and website is to give our children a chance to express themselves creatively, to share their voices in what they see daily as a child in Lebanon. Each child has a photo gallery page displaying the photos they’ve taken and will also participate on the blog, offering their thoughts and comments on the creative process.

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