James Mollison, a Kenyan-born photographer who grew up in England, travelled around the world and captured some powerful lifestyle of kids from different countries. His project "Where Children Sleep" represents the stories of children around the world through their portraits, and their bedrooms. His photographs explain the story behind each child's life and how they have been raised. The images portray the widespread diversity in the world and also lightens up the fact that not every child is privileged to have a life with all the comforts and luxuries. The photos truly will take you on an emotional ride, as every child is special but not as lucky as another.
PS: We are not judging anyone, we just want to motivate this world to help the underprivileged and let these children also have their rights.
The child's name has not been revealed, but the boy is from Ivory Coast, located in West of Africa. However as you can see in his eyes, they show a face full of struggle and suffering, he could be underprivileged as his bedroom looks like it has been made out of some old material and a bit of new.
If you want to see some other works by James Mollison check it on his personal website: jamesmollison.com