Shayma Ahmed felt helpless. Two weeks into the Israel-Gaza war, electricity, drinking water and food were already scarce.
She and her family had been displaced seven times as they tried to find safety from Israeli strikes.
The 20-year-old engineering student’s past life, one of studying, baking and spending time with her sister, was a distant memory. So she did the only thing she felt she could: She picked up her phone and started to record an audio diary.