Outside the walls of Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan,  located just 10 miles from the Syrian border.   It is the second largest refugee camp in the world housing 80,000 refugees from Syria and the largest refugee camp in the Middle East.  
Constant construction in Zaatari refugee camp is a part of daily life. Zaatari is now becoming a self-sustaining community, a large difference from its meager beginnings in 2012.  Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, located just 10 miles from the Syrian border is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria.  It is the second largest refugee camp in the world and the largest refugee camp in the Middle East
Syrian women converse outside a typical tin home inside Zaatari refugee camp.  The camp in Jordan, located just 10 miles from the Syrian border is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria.  It is the second largest refugee camp in the world and the largest refugee camp in the Middle East. 
Children play in the streets of Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan.  Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, located just 10 miles from the Syrian border is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria.  It is the second largest refugee camp in the world and the largest refugee camp in the Middle East.
A woman leaves a clothing shop located on the Champs-Élysées as the main street is known in Zaatari refugee camp. Under the protection of UNHCR, Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is changing into a self-sustaining community through cash for work and cash assistance programs, as well as entrepreneurship.   
The majority of homes now have their own water tank located in the back of their shelter.  Under the protection of UNHCR, Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is changing into a self-sustaining community through cash for work and cash assistance programs, as well as entrepreneurship.  
A mule is used for transportation on the Champs-Élysées as the main street in Zaatari refugee camp is known. Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, located just 10 miles from the Syrian border is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria.  It is the second largest refugee camp in the world and the largest refugee camp in the Middle East.  

Men carry mattresses down the Champs-Élysées as the main street in Zaatari refugee camp is known.  Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, located just 10 miles from the Syrian border is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria.  It is the second largest refugee camp in the world and the largest refugee camp in the Middle East.  
A Syrian family has added a tin privacy fence around the outside of their caravan style home in Zaatari refugee camp.   Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, located just 10 miles from the Syrian border is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria.  It is the second largest refugee camp in the world and the largest refugee camp in the Middle East. 
A Syrian tailor at her shop in Zaatari refugee camp. Under the protection of UNHCR, Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is changing into a self-sustaining community through cash for work and cash assistance programs, as well as entrepreneurship.  
Children keep the dust down on the Champs Elysees as the main street is known in Zaatari refugee camp. Under the protection of UNHCR, Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is changing into a self-sustaining community through cash for work and cash assistance programs, as well as entrepreneurship.  
Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, located just 10 miles from the Syrian border is home to 80,000 refugees from Syria.  It is the second largest refugee camp in the world and the largest refugee camp in the Middle East.
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