For 44 years, the Sahrawis have been displaced from Western Sahara due to Morocco's invasion. Today, 160,000 Sahrawis live in Refugee Camps deep in the Sahara Desert in Algeria. The Camps are located on the Hammada, a vast desert plain with no vegetation and no drinking sources. Therefore, the Sahrawis are completely dependent on foreign aid. In the Refugee Camps, families do their best to survive, while they are waiting to return back to their homeland again.