A Syrian refugee walks with her two kids at Zaatari Syrian refugee camp, near the Syrian border in Mafraq, Jordan.
This video suggests that the Zaatari refugee camp is an effective accommodation solution as it portrays how the Syrian refugees living within the camp have been able to create their own successful economy through their own wide range of small businesses. These businesses also make profit from Jordanians who frequently travel to receive some of the services and goods made by the refugees.It also emphasises on the strain the number of refugees put on Jordan and the need for more international…
(Photo: A Syrian refugee from Deir Ezzor, holding his son and daughter, breaks out in tears of joy after arriving via a flimsy inflatable boat on the island of Kos in Greece. Credit: Daniel Etter/The New York Times / Redux / eyevine)
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