From crossing cheese off their shopping lists to searching for stale bread in dumpsters, eating habits in Lebanon have significantly changed.
We talk to voters on the street about the electoral process, holding politicians accountable, and their expectations.
"Rent went up, and water prices, and there's no electricity, but salaries didn't increase for these changes to make sense," said one woman.
We asked people in Baabda about voting on May 15.
Eating every day, finding medicine, and having a job have become privileges instead of rights for those living in Lebanon.
"We can't keep watering a dead plant," says one woman about why she's planning on leaving Lebanon.
We asked people in Rashaya, Lebanon whether they’re voting in the upcoming 2022 parliamentary election.