Hope Through Daily Life/ A Traditional Yazidi Wedding Amera, a young Yazidi bride gets ready for her wedding celebration inside of a makeshift beauty parlor within the Bajed Kandala displacement camp in Iraqi Kurdistan. Currently home to over 9,000 Yazidis, those living in the Bajed Kandala camp do their best to live life "normally", celebrating weddings, birthdays and religious holidays as they are able. Ahmed, age 8 and cousin of the groom, looks on as Amera and Samir dance as the sun sets following their wedding ceremony on December 29, 2018. The celebration took place in a small clearing outside of the Bajed Kandala Yazidi Displacement Camp in Iraqi Kurdistan; all those in attendance are displaced Yazidis and returned to their tents within the fenced camp following the celebration.This image was taken on December 29, 2018. Mahr and Samina participate in a Yazidi wedding celebration outside the Bajed Kandala Yazidi displacement camp. The girls were among several hundred from the Yazidi community to attend the wedding of Samir and Amera. After fleeing the August 2014 ISIS attack on Sinjar, both girls arrived to the camp before their fifth birthdays and shared that they cannot remember much about their homes or their former lives in Sinjar. Sahr, age 13 and sister of the bride, dances following the wedding ceremony of her sister, Amera, and the groom, Samir, on December 29, 2018. Amar and Salih, cousins of the bride, dance following the wedding ceremony of Amera and Samir. Several hundred from the Yazidi community turned out for an afternoon and evening of celebration; at the end of the night all of the guests returned to the tents they have called home for the past four years. Each of the nearly 9,000 individuals who live in the camp are displaced Yazidis from Sinjar and have been living in the camp since the August 2014 ISIS siege that left thousands dead, thousands captured and that still today leaves tens of thousands unable to return to their homes. Amera, a young Yazidi bride dances following her marriage to Samir, a fellow Yazidi. The ceremony and after-party took place in a clearing outside of the Bajed Kandala Displacement Camp in Iraqi Kurdistan; all of those in attendance, as well as the bride and groom, were forced to flee their home of Sinjar, Iraq following an ISIS attack in August 2014. Currently home to over 9,000 displaced Yazidis, those living in the Bajed Kandala camp do their best to live life "normally", celebrating weddings, birthdays and religious holidays as they are able. This image was taken on December 29, 2018.