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Children of Zaatari

The Children of Zaatari Camp

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The Children of Zaatari CampSchool Food ProgramsReturning to SchoolTime to be a kid againFood in the campFresh breadKids collect rationsMeeting Zaatari's NeedsLife goes onReady for a new year

The Children of Zaatari Camp

This collection of photos from the World Food Programme (WFP) shows life inside Zaatari, the largest Syrian refugee camp. The camp, which houses over 100,000 Syrians in Jordan, has challenged organizations like WFP to provide enough resources.

Schools have started also at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, home to over 100,000 Syrian refugees. The children account for over half of the population of the camp. The number of Syrian refugees in the region (Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt) has exceeded two million, of whom1 million are children.

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