Amal, 14, left Syria with her family three years ago. Her future husband is 28-year-old Ahmad, right. The family wants to marry her off, and she agrees with this decision, said photographer Laura Aggio Caldon. Many Syrian refugees are marrying off their children to protect them from war and poverty.
Young refugees work in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon.
A heart hangs over a bed at a refugee camp in the Bekaa Valley.
Samira, 14, got married about a year and half ago. She has an infant son.
A refugee camp is set in an abandoned mall in Tripoli, Lebanon.
Animals graze at a refugee camp in the Bekaa Valley.
Rukayya, 14, holds a plush bear that was given to her as an engagement gift. Her mother said she would never have wanted one of her daughters to get married so young, but the crisis in Syria has changed everything.
A wedding dress is seen at a market in the Bekaa Valley. Many girls prefer to rent their wedding dress so they can save money, Caldon said.
Marwa, 15, watches her son play on a tricycle. She married three years ago and left Syria a year after that.
Birds outside a refugee camp in the Bekaa Valley.
Houda, 14, and Nour, 13, show their wedding photos. They are sisters. Nour has already had a miscarriage.
A playground near a refugee camp in the Bekaa Valley.
Amina, 14, holds her son in her arms. She got married about two years ago, and she has two sons.