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Descriere: epa08495517 Twenty nine years old Syrian refugee Nacir shows a mobile phone photo from his home balcony in Damascus, as he talks about what he misses of home, at the UNHCR (UN Refugee Agency) and Johud (Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Humanitarian Development) run, Nuzha Community Support Center for refugees in Amman, Jordan, 18 June 2020 (issued 19 June 2020). Nacir is originally from Damascus, Syria, he left in 2012 to flee raising violence for what he thought was a temporary time but has not returned since then. In Syria he was in a tourism hospitality school and was proudly ranked second in the whole country securing a job with a famous hotel chain in Damascus. Upon moving to Jordan he did all kinds of odd jobs and started volunteering to help other refugees adapt to their new lives, get training, rejoin school and started a training as baker. He is now an important member at the Nuzha Community Support Center for refugees, and works every day as a baker in a popular store bakery. He brought with him from Syria his collection of suit cuffs as he was only wearing suits before, a key to his family home with his mother's photo, Syrian money, his passport and the tie from his tourism and hospitably school uniform. World Refugee Day is marked annually on 20 June. According to the UNHCR, more and more refugees today live in urban settings outside refugee camps. Some crises have lasted so long that the tent camps became built-up urban areas. While some refugees depend on international help through NGOs, others start a new life, changing everything from occupation, to social status, to adapt to their new realities. EPA/AMEL PAIN ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET