Sumary of First Person: A refuge from COVID misinformation:
- Hadeel Al-Zoubi is a Senior Camp Assistant working in two camps (Za’atari and Azraq) that accommodate Syrians who have fled their war-torn country.
- We did not know what to expect, especially during the lockdown period when many people started working remotely.
- As a frontline worker in the refugee camps, I supported more than 300 vulnerable women on a weekly basis.
- Serving as an example © UNICEF/Moises SamanA Syrian refugee gives the ‘V for Vaccinated’ sign with her granddaughter after receiving her COVID-19 vaccine in Za’atari Refugee Camp.
- I share via our WhatsApp groups verified information on COVID-19 and the vaccine with Syrian refugee women enrolled in UN Women’s Oasis centres in refugee camps.
- A safe virtual space UN WomenWomen refugees in Jordan are learning skills like tailoring which can help them to earn money and provide for their families.