In Egypt, the years of turmoil following its 2011 uprising have seen revolutionary graffiti fade away as the country slowly tries to move on, but hidden scars remain for children who grew up during the chaos and lost loved ones.
The grief touches children of all kinds in this country, cutting across Christian and Muslim families, the sons of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood group to the daughters of police officers and soldiers. And how they process the sorrow varies widely.
Photo essay for the Associated Press: https://apimagesblog.wordpress.com/2015/06/26/egypts-grieving-children/
Project for the Arab Documentary Photography Program: http://arabdocphotography.org/project/traces-of-the-conflict