Earlier this year, Lebanon defaulted on its debt and while the peg to the dollar remains unchanged, the Lira has since nosedived on the black market. In a country so heavily reliant on imports. Prices have soared almost as fast as the currency has plummeted.
Lebanon's economic crisis has led to a collapse of the local currency and purchasing power, plunging whole segments of society into poverty as exemplified by near-empty fridges in many households.
Photographers spent several days in June visiting people's homes in the main cities of Beirut, Tripoli, Byblos, Jounieh, and Saida to ask them how they managed to put food on the table.
Holding her fridge door open, Fadwa Merhebi explains she already downsized once because she could not afford enough food to fill it up.