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US artist, Syrian children add color to refugee camp - Boston Globe

US artist, Syrian children add color to refugee camp - Boston Globe | REFUGEES | Scoop.it
Boston Globe US artist, Syrian children add color to refugee camp Boston Globe On what was once an empty patch of desert, the sprawling complex has grown in just a year into the second-largest refugee camp in the world and is Jordan's fifth-largest...
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The Syrians who prefer war-torn home to refugee camp - video

Syrians say why they would prefer to return to a perilous future in Syria rather than stay at Jordan's Zaatari refugee camp
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is it ideal place for human-being? or, going back home is better? there is no answer!!!!

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Syria's child refugees: 'You feel that they have lost their hearts' - video

Syrian children from the Zataari refugee camp in Jordan speak about their experiences during the civil war, leaving their homeland and life in the camp
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.. this is the best.. 

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Aerial views of enormous Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan show the size of hardship faced by Syrians

Aerial views of enormous Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan show the size of hardship faced by Syrians | REFUGEES | Scoop.it
The Zaatari refugee camp is the one of the largest in the world, housing over 115,000 people. The makeshift town is the same size as Jordan's fifth-largest city
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The secretary of the United States of America visited the site TOO! 

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SYRIAN REFUGEES

SYRIAN REFUGEES | REFUGEES | Scoop.it
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Zaatari Camp: is the largest Syrian refugee camp. Located 10 Km east of a small city called Mafraq in Jordan. It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syrians.

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Ikea Foundation, UNHCR unveil sustainable homes for refugees - eco-business.com

Ikea Foundation, UNHCR unveil sustainable homes for refugees - eco-business.com | REFUGEES | Scoop.it
eco-business.com Ikea Foundation, UNHCR unveil sustainable homes for refugees eco-business.com The Ikea Foundation, the Refugee Housing Unit and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) have recently unveiled a new type of housing...
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Family life in a Syrian refugee camp: 'A mother must be stronger than a mother' - video

Two Syrian women living in Zaatari refugee camp in northern Jordan talk about family life at the camp and the significance water plays ahead of Ramadan
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I know very well the meaning of being refugee as the whole family... why this is happening ? 

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Football coach at Syrian refugee camp: 'Our task is to educate a new generation' - video

Muhammad Rashed is a football coach from Syria, who lives at Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. He coaches youngsters in how to improve their football skills and looks after several grounds at the camp
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It is amazing and NORMAL to see kids finding always ways to play FOOTBALL
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THIS IS AL ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP IN JORDAN

THIS IS AL ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP IN JORDAN | REFUGEES | Scoop.it
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more than 500,000 people lives here, in tents, no running water, no basic infrastructure! 

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