Jamam refugee camp: South Sudan Amuna Mol, a mother of three, grinds sorghum by hand outside her tent. The sorghum is pounded into kisra, a traditional Sudanese flatbread that forms the basis of her family's meals Photograph: Alun McDonald/Oxfam
A walk on the beach offers a temporary break from the difficulty of life right now. “I imagined I would come to Lebanon as a tourist. Not a refugee.” Says Bouchra, Syrian refugee number 1 million (taking refuge in Tripoli, Lebanon).
An Unrelenting Crisis by Lynsey Addario- Slide Show - NYTimes.com Zakaria Deeb, 31, stands in front of his tent in a squatters camp outside of the Kilis refugee camp. He had traveled 100 miles with his family, chasing a false rumor that refugees would be allowed into a Turkish-run camp. Instead, the Deebs were now squatting in a gravel strewn field across from the camp sleeping under plastic sheets hanging from a cypress tree.
Newly arrived refugees from Central African Republic rest in their temporary shelter in Dosseye #refugee camp in #Chad. They arrived at the camp the previous day after walking for two to four months through the bush with very little food. Many of them come from Boda, where they fled recent attacks. UNHCR/C.Fohlen/ May 2014
Syrian refugees set up home in Iraq's Domiz camp – in pictures
With space inside the camp exhausted, new arrivals have started to erect temporary shelters around the edges. Many have nowhere else to go. This informal part of the camp is located on private land, outside the site's official boundariesPhotograph: Christian Jepsen/Norwegian Refugee Council