At a hairdressing salon next door to one of the Muhamasheen communities in central Sana’a, a member of the community gets his face whitened and his hair cut.
Yemeni flags fly over Tahrir Square in the country’s capital, Sana’a.
A view of Sana’a from inside the capital’s old city during the evening prayer. Sana’a is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, having been founded over two millennia ago.
A group of Muhamasheen boys play football against another team in Sanaa’s Tahrir Square. Tahrir Square has gained iconic status in Yemen since becoming the centerpiece for many of the country’s protests during the 2011 Arab Spring.
Sitting at the top of a hill on an uninhabited plot of land in central Sana’a, a member of the nearby Muhamasheen community chews qat in the early evening hours.
Solomon rests on the steps of a mosque in the old city of Sana’a, after a night of sweeping up other people’s rubbish.
In a quieter alley in Sanaa’s old city, two young boys sweep up dust and refuse that have accumulated over the course of the day.
A group of children sit around their teacher, Mohammed, as he teaches them various lessons in addition to those they learn in school.
Two men have a conversation on the edge of Sanaa’s old city.