In war-torn Yemen, the students of Al Kashar began a new school term without a building, tables or chairs.
In the verdant highlands above the city, pupils in Al Kashar further their studies surrounded by goats grazing in nearby fields.
The classes are given in a field outside the school which was under construction but was never completed when funding was stopped due to the war that broke out in Yemen in 2015.
The city of Taez, overlooked by Al-Kashar, remains under the control of the internationally recognised government, but has frequently come under attack by Houthi rebels.
According to the UN, two million of the country's seven million children of school age go without education in Yemen. More than 2,500 schools are out of use across Yemen, of which two-thirds have been damaged in attacks, 27 percent closed and seven percent used by the military or as shelters for displaced people.