A Syrian woman in Zaatari Refugee Camp's Women’s Oasis beauty salon preps herself in the mirror.  The salon serves as a job training center and also an active place of employment for the refugee women of Zaatari.  Zaatari refugee camp is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria and 80% of them are women and children.  Since the camps inception in late 2012 UN Women has created programs that support and empower Syrian refugee women.
A Syrian refugee works at the daycare center in Zaatari Camp’s Women’s Oasis.  Zaatari refugee camp is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria and 80% of them are women and children.  Since the camps inception in late 2012 UN Women has created programs that support and empower Syrian refugee women.
A Syrian refugee who works at the Women’s Oasis child care center plays with a young boy on the basketball court.  Community involvement through activities benefit many Syrian refugee women and children.  Zaatari refugee camp is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria and 80% of them are women and children.  Since the camps inception in late 2012 UN Women has created programs that support and empower Syrian refugee women.
Syrian refugee seamstresses at the sewing workshop, which serves as a training center and also a cash for work program at the Oasis for Women.  Zaatari refugee camp is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria and 80% of them are women and children.  Since the camps inception in late 2012, UN Women has created programs that support and empower Syrian refugee women.
Syrian women at a hairdressing workshop that UN Women runs as a training center and also a cash for work program at the Women's Oasis inside Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. Zaatari refugee camp is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria, and 80 percent are women and children. The Oasis for women and girls provides skill building, economic opportunities, and a community life for the women of Zaatari.
Beauticians from Syria prepare henna at a beauty salon that UN Women runs as a training center and also a cash for work program in Zaatari refugee camp’s Women’s Oasis.  Zaatari refugee camp is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria and 80% of them are women and children.  Since the camps inception in late 2012 UN Women has created programs that support and empower Syrian refugee women.
Senior camp assistant Jinan (left) helps Syrian refugee women at the administrative office of UN Women’s office in Zaatari Camp.  
Since the camps inception in late 2012, UN Women has created programs that support and empower Syrian refugee women. The Oasis for Women and Girls provides economic opportunity and a community life for Zaatari camps women, ensuring safety and a continuation of their rights.
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