In pictures: Syria conflict - Inside the Zaatari refugee camp
Friday 06 September 2013
The Syrian crisis has left hundreds of thousands of people displaced, with an estimated 2 million refugees who have fled from their homes.
The Zaatari camp in Jordan has become the country's fifth-largest city in terms of population due to the influx of Syrian refugees. There are around 130,000 people living in the camp in tough conditions.
Several aid agencies including Save the Children, Unicef and ActionAid are trying to help the refugees at the camp through medical and food supplies.
Gazal Rizq from Damascus-Syria is ActionAid aid worker at the camp, she shares her experiences of working in the camp through a selection of images.
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