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Embroidery and art - Zaatari Refugee Camp, Jordan

The Zaatari refugee camp, which has become home to more than 150,000 Syrian refugees, is the largest camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan. Even in the wake of tragedy, beautiful crafts are created. From within the confines of the refugee camp, small threads and needles are turned into therapeutic art - colourful pieces that give refugees a glimmer of hope for a better future. A 40-year-old Syrian woman, Um Ahmed, sells her embroideries for a sum of money, which she hopes will one day help rebuild her home in Syria, where she hopes to return someday.

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