Generations of Palestinians grow up in circumstances that do not allow them proper health care, unencumbered education, or opportunities for enrichment.
Bedouin children in the Northern West Bank live in simple concrete structures in a village without social services.
A Bedouin in the Negev desert siphons water. The Most Negev Bedouins are in 'unrecognized villages,' which means they do not receive social services.
A boy sells organges on the road where an Israeli soldier stops for a bomb scare check.
The devastated Palestinian economy forces some children to work rather than to attend school. A boy sells shirts at the Kalandia checkpoint, Ramallah.
An Israeli soldier questions two Palestinian boys during curfew in the Old City of Hebron.
A Palestinian boy and his father pass by an armed Israeli officer on their way into the Arab Quarter of Jerusalem.
Palestinian boys cross through a checkpoint as they pass from their home, bordering the area occupied by settlers, and the main Palestinian corridor.
An Israeli soldier and a Palestinian boy during curfew.
A child walks through a checkpoint corridor connecting the Palestinian corridor of Hebron's Old City to the Ibrahimi Mosque.
A Palestinian girl jumps through the gateway in the Abu Dis wall.
A Palestinian boy and his mother traverse the wall at Abu-Dis to get from one part of Jerusalem to another.
A Palestinian boy waits to be let through a checkpoint turnstile.
A family shows travel permits to the Israeli military to cross into East Jerusalem.
An image by UK artist BANKSY on the wall nearing Ramallah.