Za'atari Camp in Jordan is the second largest refugee camp in the world.
Out of the nearly 600,000 Syrians who have fled to Jordan, 80% live in host communities in the country's poorest areas and not in formal refugee camps.
The unemployment rate in Jordan is nearly 13%. Of those without jobs, more than 65% are under the age of 40. The influx is causing these numbers to rise.
The United Nations Development Programme supports job training programs in regions that bear the brunt of the refugee crisis.
A new refugee enters Jordan every minute. Help is needed. UNDP support in these communities absorbs the human shock of a conflict with no end in sight.