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“I need to rebuild my life”

Jordan

Samra, 39, is from Syria. She has been a refugee in Jordan since early 2016 and now lives in Azraq camp with her five children. After being given physiotherapy care by Handicap International (HI), she is now receiving psychosocial support from the organisation.

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Samra, in the Azraq refugee camp. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

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