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SYRIAN WOMEN REFUGEE AMMAN
Antonino Condorelli
Many of the refugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.

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  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A view of Amman 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A view of Amman 
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: A view of Amman Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A view of Amman 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A view of Amman 
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: A view of Amman Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A view of Amman 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A view of Amman 
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: A view of Amman Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A view of Amman 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A view of Amman 
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      06/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: A view of Amman Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Basima, 52, Arrived in Amman on 2012 by car. She is Christan and sche comes from a place called the Christan Vally. Basima is married and she has 3 sons. She will receive help by Caritas to start a tipical Syrian jewel business.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Basima, 52, Arrived in Amman on 2012 by car. She is Christan and sche comes from a place called the Christan Vally. Basima is married and she has 3 sons. She will receive help by Caritas to start a tipical Syrian jewel business.
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Basima, 52, Arrived in Amman on 2012 by car. She is Christan and sche comes from a place called the Christan Vally. Basima is married and she has 3 sons. She will receive help by Caritas to start a tipical Syrian jewel business. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Basima, 52, Arrived in Amman on 2012 by car. She is Christan and sche comes from a place called the Christan Vally. Basima is married and she has 3 sons. She will receive help by Caritas to start a tipical Syrian jewel business.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Basima, 52, Arrived in Amman on 2012 by car. She is Christan and sche comes from a place called the Christan Vally. Basima is married and she has 3 sons. She will receive help by Caritas to start a tipical Syrian jewel business.
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Basima, 52, Arrived in Amman on 2012 by car. She is Christan and sche comes from a place called the Christan Vally. Basima is married and she has 3 sons. She will receive help by Caritas to start a tipical Syrian jewel business. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons.
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Anah, 45, she comes with her family from Hams where she worked in agriculture. Anah has 3 sons. She will receive help from Caritas to start a food production Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor.
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor.
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor.
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Dajua, 47, she comes from Damascus, she is married and she has 5 sons. She will recevie help from Caritas to start a tailor. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery. She is seen in her Amman's house with her doughter Fatima 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery. She is seen in her Amman's house with her doughter Fatima 
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery. She is seen in her Amman's house with her doughter Fatima Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery. She is seen in her Amman's house with her doughter Fatima 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery. She is seen in her Amman's house with her doughter Fatima 
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Nahlam 32, she she wants to start a busines as food delivery. She is seen in her Amman's house with her doughter Fatima Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Fatima Nahlam's Doughter.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Fatima Nahlam's Doughter.
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Fatima Nahlam's Doughter. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Abthial, (l) 27, holds her 2 years old son while she poses with her family in Amman.  Haitham her husmband is 30 years old and he makes several works. She wants to start a tailor.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Abthial, (l) 27, holds her 2 years old son while she poses with her family in Amman.  Haitham her husmband is 30 years old and he makes several works. She wants to start a tailor.
Photo Antonino Condorelli
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Abthial, (l) 27, holds her 2 years old son while she poses with her family in Amman. Haitham her husmband is 30 years old and he makes several works. She wants to start a tailor. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Sciam, 2 years Old son of Abthihal
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Sciam, 2 years Old son of Abthihal
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Sciam, 2 years Old son of Abthihal Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A paint is seen in an House in Amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: A paint is seen in an House in Amman.
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: A paint is seen in an House in Amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Adila 30 is seen in her house in Amman, with her doughter Fatima. 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Adila 30 is seen in her house in Amman, with her doughter Fatima. 
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Adila 30 is seen in her house in Amman, with her doughter Fatima. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Mohammed and Ahmed, Adila's Sons
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Mohammed and Ahmed, Adila's Sons
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Mohammed and Ahmed, Adila's Sons Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: These are some projects by Mohammed. He is the son of Fatima, she didn't want to be pictured. Fatima wants to start a business as hair dresser. Mohammed attends the Architecture University in Petra.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: These are some projects by Mohammed. He is the son of Fatima, she didn't want to be pictured. Fatima wants to start a business as hair dresser. Mohammed attends the Architecture University in Petra.
Photo Antonino Condorelli
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: These are some projects by Mohammed. He is the son of Fatima, she didn't want to be pictured. Fatima wants to start a business as hair dresser. Mohammed attends the Architecture University in Petra. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
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Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
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Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Sumaria, 35 anni is seen in her kitchen in her Amman's House. She was a teacher in Aleppo and her housband Mohammed (37 L) was working in clothes shop. 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Sumaria, 35 anni is seen in her kitchen in her Amman's House. She was a teacher in Aleppo and her housband Mohammed (37 L) was working in clothes shop. 
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Sumaria, 35 anni is seen in her kitchen in her Amman's House. She was a teacher in Aleppo and her housband Mohammed (37 L) was working in clothes shop. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Sumaria, 35 anni is seen in her kitchen in her Amman's House. She was a teacher in Aleppo and her housband was working in clothes shop.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels.
Pictured: Sumaria, 35 anni is seen in her kitchen in her Amman's House. She was a teacher in Aleppo and her housband was working in clothes shop.
Photo Antonino Condorelli
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many of the rfugee escaped from Syria war live now in Amman. Most of them mixed in the several refugee camps in Jordan, like Zaatari Camp, others live as urban refugee in the center city of Amman. Someone of them are not regular, others are legal. In Amman Caritas help women refugees to start a little business as tailors, food, or traditional syrian jewels. Pictured: Sumaria, 35 anni is seen in her kitchen in her Amman's House. She was a teacher in Aleppo and her housband was working in clothes shop. Photo Antonino Condorelli

 

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