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June 01, 2014
A girl, who receives help from the "Takeyat Um Ali" humanitarian services center, studies inside her...
WADI ARABA, Jordan
A girl, who receives help from the "Takeyat Um Ali" humanitarian services center, studies in Qrayra village...
A girl, who receives help from the "Takeyat Um Ali" humanitarian services center, studies inside her house in Qrayra village, south of Amman May 31, 2014. Takeyat Um Ali provides help to the people in Qrayra village, which has a population of 4,000 people and 75 percent of them living under the food poverty line, according to the manager of Takeyat Um Ali. In addition, the Jordanian non-governmental organization also distributes food parcels, each costing from $50 to $100, to about 10,000 poor families every month, as well as offer free meals to more than 400 people per day. Picture taken May 31, 2014. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
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