Zaatari camp, Jordan: Street scenes
Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan - just eight miles from the Syrian border - is home to 120,000 people, making it the largest in the Middle East. It costs about £310,000 every day to run, with aid agencies providing food, shelter, water and medicine. Within the two square miles of the camp, a semblance of normal life goes on for the refugees in its streets, stalls and schools.
About this series
Zaatari is a refugee camp in Jordan, and is now home to over 120,000 people who have fled the ongoing civil war in Syria.
Each day, Yahoo Canada posts an exclusive video depicting life during a typical day in what has become one of the largest and poorest cities in the region.