Celia Peterson

Around 60 people currently call the Sheikh Sheban cemetery in Gaza city home. Some families have been living there since the Nakba in 1948, their fathers and themselves were all born there. Some residents make money collecting rubbish whilst others rely on minor donations from aid organizations or the generosity of individuals. “Everyone has their own situation, this is our life,” says life-long resident Hisham Khalid Al Ghorabey.

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