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In June 2014, photographer Ebrahim Elmoly started a project to document the lives of Syrian refugees in Egypt. He spent one month each following three families. Below are their stories. Where possible, Ebrahim has followed up with the individuals to find out what happenedKeep Reading »
Ebrahim Elmoly was born in Alexandria, Egypt. Currently he is studying at the Faculty of Commerce, University of Benha, Egypt. His work in photography focuses on social and cultural issues, development, and migration from homelands. He has participated in many international photography exhibitions. He is continuing to document the situation of refugees of many nationalities in Egypt. To see more of his work, visit his website by clicking here.