Cheese Versus Beans

I am comparing the UNHCR refugee lunch to the Wadi Rum, sack lunch my Bedouin guide gave me when I was in Jordan.

We both got tuna.  What I wondered was whether Zach and Chris had a guide who taught them how to use the tuna can lid as a knife?

As a paying tourist, I got an imported apple and plastic plate.  And my lunch was all mine.  I didn’t share my cheese with anyone.

Looking at the refugee lunch, it struck me, is it possible a family of four can live on that can of beans?

You can read all about Zach and Chris eating their lunch at Registering as Refugees.

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What does the daily life of a Syrian refugee really look like?

In partnership with 1001 MEDIA, Living on One founders Chris and Zach launched Salam Neighbor. They are on a bold, immersive journey into the heart of the world’s most urgent humanitarian crisis. From January 19th through February 15th, Chris and Zach are living alongside refugee families in Jordan to uncover the daily realities, struggles, successes and dreams of displaced Syrians.

Chris and Zach can’t do it without your participation! As they film they will be releasing weekly blogs and live-stream hangout sessions to hear and help answer your most pressing questions about the humanitarian crisis and life as a refugee.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. forthwriteSarah
    Feb 07, 2014 @ 23:58:30

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    • Eva the Dragon
      Feb 09, 2014 @ 08:38:29

      The Palestinians IN Syria are the worst off. They are completely in no man’s land. Cannot go anywhere and haven’t received aid for 15 months. They are starving.

      Reply

  2. Camille Maurine
    Feb 09, 2014 @ 18:33:13

    Eva, I appreciate this window into a whole world of experience, including the incisive questions you ask. Thank you!

    Reply

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