Syrian Refugees in Jordanian Camp Recycle Mounds of Trash for Cash
Amid the very real hardships Syrian refugees face, little has been said about another major health and humanitarian issue: What to do with the massive accumulations of trash and waste. But one refugee camp in Jordan is doing something about it. With the help of an international nonprofit group, the residents of the Zaatari Refugee Camp launched a recycling program to eliminate the trash left by the tens of thousands of refugees who live there and provide jobs. Arash Arabasadi reports.
Source: Voice of America