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Becky Beamer Jul 21
The and of camp ❤️👍😁 @ Zaatari refugee camp
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UNICEF USA 8 Nov 17
We met Aya, 5, at . She wants to be a scientist when she grows up. “I got this blue star from my teacher for being good,” she says.
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UNICEF USA 7 Nov 17
Sometimes you're 😊 sometimes you're 😖 Children learn to share their emotions at a -supported school in refugee camp.
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Boycott Russia 2018 11 Mar 18
For more than 2 years, warplanes kill at least 50 people in on a daily basis. children of camp have a message for the world ! Please listen & share their voice ! Please sign & share the :
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Becky Beamer Jul 16
Just Pinned to photos: The cart that I want.
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UNICEF USA 13 Nov 17
👀👃👄🖐 ! These 5-year-olds could not be more excited to share everything they’re learning at this -supported school in
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Oxfam 24 Apr 18
Ghozlan is a living in Jordan’s camp – But that’s not stopping her from sending her message to the international community gathering at this week. RT to tell them to commit to more progress on work opportunities for
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مركز صواب 11 Feb 18
actress Tuba Buyukustun highlights the importance of children's education during her visit to the camp
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Dr Marcia Vera 28 Jan 18
Our first day visiting the refugee camp was full of learning. From the resilience of its people to trying to make sense of the governance of the camp, as well as the changing nature from a site of emergency to settlement without permanency.
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Dereje Wordofa Feb 11
are impressively resourceful. Today, I saw the ingenuity of youth in Camp in - innovations & art exhibits of refugees where ⁦⁩ together with local partners - running clubs on prevention of , expanding knowledge on
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Oxfam in MENA Jul 21
"If you have a dream don't give it up! It is nice to have a dream and work towards making it come true." Mariam, a Syrian child who lives in Jordan's refugee camp. Learn more about Mariam, and her amazing fashion designs on our Oxfamiat! Link:
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Save the Children Jan 30
It’s a simple dream. A dream shared by millions of children and families forced to flee from conflict - the dream of returning home. On his third visit to , our CEO shares his reflections on the growth of the temporary settlement.
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Halvor Ravn Holøyen🇵🇸 Jul 8
‘Syrian girls should have the same freedoms as boys - to play football, to go to school and not get married young.’
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UNDP Sweden Nov 7
44,000 children live in and many of them were born in the refugee camp. The list to access school is long! Five-year-old Waem has just learned to count in English, and proudly tells us and the delegation of Swedish journalists that she will be a teacher one day 📚✨
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Oxfam International 13 May 18
Last week, unseasonal flooding made it impossible for the 80,000 residents of refugee camp to move freely. Oxfam is there, working with volunteers from the community to pump away water, so that Syrian refugees can get where they need to in safety.
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ESA EarthObservation 30 May 18
Space-based data are often used during humanitarian crises to map the extent of camps & settlements like in this image of the refugee camp, just over 10 km from the border with :
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Australia for UNHCR May 18
In the uncertainty of life in camp, Om has found peace in . Check out her beautiful work.
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SCUS Board Chair 19 Jul 18
These kids enjoy painting in our HEART program at Jordan’s refugee camp. Through the arts, kids can recover from the horrors of war and conflict.
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Lye Sep 6
“Life’s most urgent question: What are you doing for others?” –Martin Luther King Jr. Proud to be as we continue to invest in a positive future for the persevering youth in and effectively cc 🙏🏽 🇯🇴
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KfW Jan 12
A solar power plant in the size of 33 football fields is securing the electricity supply of a in the desert. This not only gives the Syrian families a feeling of normality, but also creates busy city life.
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