Middle East
Syrian refugees try to adapt in Jordan camps
With no diplomatic solution for unrest in sight, many refugees in Zaatari camp are using their skills to make a living.
Last Modified: 17 Aug 2012 09:52

As fighting in Syria continues, hundreds of people have fled to neighbouring Jordan, sheltering in camps and relying on food donations.

With no diplomatic solution in sight, many refugees feel that it may take many months before they could return home.

For this reason, some have begun to use their special skills to make a living.

Al Jazeera’s Jane Ferguson reports from Zaatari camp in Jordan.


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