Syrian refugee children photograph their lives in camps
Hundreds of Syrian children have contributed to an exhibition about their lives in refugee camps in Lebanon.
Lahza 2 is the second version of a project designed and executed jointly between Unicef and Zakera, a Lebanese NGO that specializes in photography.
The project saw 500 children from camps all over Lebanon trained in photographic techniques and handed a disposable camera to depict their lives in pictures.
An exhibition was organized to showcase the best of these photos and host some of the children who participated in the project to speak about their experience.
BBC News heard from Omar Msaid, one of the boys involved in the project.
28 Jan 2015