Located east of the city of Mafraq in northern Jordan, Za’atari Refugee Camp opened in July 2012, and is now home to around 80,000 refugees, many of whom come from Dara’a in south-west Syria.
With nine schools and two more on the way, a large market area and community police, Za’atari residents have a range of services to call on.
Aisha Fawaz Hariri is 38 years old and from Dara’a. She arrived in Za’atari in 2013 with her husband and three kids. Aisha is now an assistant teacher in the camp, helping to bring in extra income for her family.