By Toby Fricker
For Syrian refugee children living in urban areas in Jordan, being able to continue studying means being able to consider the future.
IRBID, Jordan, 2 May 2013 – Eleven-year-old Hanin proudly arranges her artwork on the living room floor. Her drawings of brightly coloured flowers reflect happier times.
“I like to draw things that happened in Syria because I can let out what is in my heart,” she says. “I enjoy it because it reminds me of home.”
Hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees in Jordan