A photo essay documenting the everyday life struggle of african refugees living in one of Amman’s crowded neighbourhoods. For years refugees from Africa struggled of being labelled as a second degree refugees by the UNHCR. The essay follows the story of refugees from Darfur, Sudan, Somalia, Kenya and Eritrea.

Abed Al-Qasem Khalil, from Sudan tells the story of his struggle to find a job and make a living in Amman as a refugee. Abed Al-Qasem arrived in Jordan in 2013 after living in a closed camp for 10 years in Darfur continuing his seeking a refuge journey that started from his small village after an armed militia attacked the village.

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