Za'atari Refugee Camp | Early 2020
In the wake of the Syrian civil war and unrest throughout the Arab world, Jordan has become a hub for displaced persons seeking refuge. According to UNHCR, Jordan is now home to an estimated 762,420 refugees from 57 different countries, a majority of whom are Syrian.LEARN MORE
Jordan’s Za’atari camp is located a few miles south of the Syrian border and is home to just shy of 80,000 refugees, making it Jordan’s 4th biggest city and one of the largest refugee camps in the world. What started out as a temporary place of refuge from war is now a bustling city with a vibrant informal economy.