Syrian Refugees Shattered lives with little hope

Publication date

1st September 2012

Author

IR Policy & Research

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Syrian Refugees: Shattered Lives with Little Hope

 

A few kilometers away from the Syrian city of Daraa, over 31,000 Syrian refugees are living in the Zaatari refugee camp, having fled the violence in Syria. They are living in tents supervised by Islamic Relief’s local partner, the Jordanian Hashemite Charity Organization (JHCO). Islamic Relief is on the ground in the Zaatari Camp. We met some of the refugees and listened to their stories.

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Citation

Islamic Relief Policy & Research .(2012). Syrian Refugees: Shattered Lives with Little Hope. Islamic Relief Worldwide, Birmingham, [Online] Available: http://policy.islamic-relief.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Syria-stories_Shattered-lives-with-little-hope.pdf

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