I live, along with my family, in Camp Aida for Refugees in Bethlehem in the West Bank. It is a small camp built by UNRWA to accommodate the displaced refugees of 1948. I was brought up in a big family, I have eight brothers and three sisters. Our house was small given that we were extremely poor. My father was the main breadwinner in the family; however, all of us had to work hard when still young in order to earn our livelihood.