Christian residents taking refuge in Amman say watching the battle is a reminder of a home they cannot come back to.
Initiatives to integrate Syrians into the Jordanian workforce have garnered mixed results.
Many Syrian Bedouins who fled violence in their home country are working for under-the-table wages on Jordanian farms.
Scalding temperatures, a lack of electricity and soaring food prices have created harsh conditions in the desert camp.
The site, funded by $25,000 in donations, hosts competitions and provides boards to young skaters.
After the region’s first major winter storm Jordan’s Iraqi refugees feel forgotten as funds shrink for emergency aid
More than 4,000 refugees have found safety in Amman, as aid agencies struggle to provide long-term solutions.