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A 360-Degree View Of One Of Jordan's Largest Refugee Camps

Actress Olivia Wilde traveled to the Za'atari refugee camp to speak with the kids who call it home.

Jordan's fourth-largest "city" wasn't intended to be a city at all. 

The Za'atari refugee camp was created in 2012 as a temporary home for Syrians fleeing their country's civil war. Nearly four years later, the camp is still home to roughly 80,000 refugees, over half of whom are children. Actress and activist Olivia Wilde journeyed to Za'atari to see what life is like for the camp's youngest inhabitants.

Watch the HuffPost RYOT video above for a 360-degree glimpse of the camp.

Directed by Ryan Gall

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