The Jungle of Calais, the nickname of an unofficial refugee camp in Calais, France. This camp has had several stages but with the increase of migration back in 2015 the camp has evolved into a small “biddonville” (shanty town) with the help of donations and volunteers support. During my first visit to the Jungle in Calais, I was impressed by the entrepreneurial drive of the refugees but above all by the good will thriving amid the terrible conditions. This has led me to start documenting it showing the positive initiatives and above all the creation of a community. The camp was evicted and destroyed by the French Government in November 2016. Its inhabitants including unaccompanied minors have been taken to several accommodation centres across France, some were deported, others managed to cross the border to the UK, and most of them are now homeless, camping in the forests in Calais, or sleeping rough in the streets in Calais, Paris and other cities in France.