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    Refugee Camp We have fear of something. We all get struggle towards things, but we find a way to get out of it. That makes us human. My fear is when we get into refugee camp. Refugee camp and what I saw affected me and change me a lot. It change me to be patient and to be strong in hard times. First, when I entered the refugee camp, I saw tent in the desert. It was evening, and I was scared. My heart was beating very fast. “ oh my god, what is this place.” that what I said to myself. Although I was with my family, but the view was fearful. My family contains three sisters, father,mother, and I. I am the oldest sister, so I have to be strong. I do not want to be weak in front of my parents and my sisters, so i was calm myself down. “ Mouna!…

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    Refugee Camps

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    Ever since the beginning of time, humans have the need for shelter and safety. Architectural theoreticians like Vitruvius and Marc-Antoine Laugier describe the primitive hut as the origin of architecture. When we look at the standardised model for refugee camps, we see tents – mostly offered by humanitarian organizations – arranged in the form of a grid. The camp is organised hierarchically. It consists of different districts, each subdivided into smaller neighbourhoods. Districts are separated…

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    There was blood. I thought to myself “What did I do wrong to bleed so early in the morning?”. Right. Where did it go wrong? I looked at myself in the mirror as I slapped cold water across my cheeks to remind myself how privileged I am right now, compared to what I have seen in life before. Taking a walk back down my memory lanes, I remembered how I grew up in a Karen refugee camp that resides in Thailand. I was only eleven years old. My dad and I left Burma…

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    (AGG) Have you ever thought about the people who are affected by the war? (BS-1) The refugees have to make dangerous journeys to get to a refugee camp. (BS-2) The author uses real world events to develop the story and create conflict. (BS-3) The camps that the refugees stay at have varying conditions. (BS-4) Suzanne Fisher Staples uses real world conditions of the camps to show how Najmah's life is affected by the war. (TS) Suzanne Fisher Staples uses real world event to create a story and…

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    is 65.3 million refugees throughout the world, that is one out of 113 people. Life in refugee camps around the world is awful, but the camps are a better way of life than the life they had to endure in their home country. Throughout the world, there is hundreds of refugee camps that host refugees for all different types of reasons. Some have come from nearby countries, while others come from across the world to seek refuge. The most commonly known refugee camps are in Syria, they are on the news…

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    Refugee Tent Camp

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    inside, get your books, and walk out. Sounds easy right? Now imagine you're walking to a library. It took you a while, but you finally get there. You walk into the building ,but you go down a flight of steps and walk into a room. You're there because if the library was upstairs you would probably get killed. The building you walked into was destroyed by bullets and bombs. If you think it’s hard to imagine, just think how it feels to live is Syria. In the article “Refugee Tent Camp for Syrians…

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    Thailand Refugee Camp

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    I was born and raised in Thailand refugee camp. Like most Karen families, my parents fled from Burma to Thailand to escape ethnic cleansing and the civil war. They settled in Mea Khong Kha camp in 1998, and I was born in the following year 1999. In September 2002, Mea Khong Kha experienced a massive flash flood which destroyed the camp and forced the population to relocate to Mea La Oon. It's estimated that around 10, 020* people live in Mea La Oon and 99% of the population were Karen. Most of…

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    Life In Refugee Camps

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    Life in the refugee camps It’s all about survival they just sit or lay and wait and wait for food and water and medical to show up they are about to die without food and water and medical they need your help all you have to do is donate what you want them to have they don’t care what it is they just want food and water, if they have water it's dirty water but right now they don’t care they are just so thirsty and hungry it’s unreal we need to help them before they die just image all the kids…

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    A Mother In A Refugee Camp

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    Like ‘War Photographer,’ ‘A Mother In A Refugee Camp’ makes use of religious imagery too. The poet has also used the technique of foreshadowing, metaphors, enjambment, similes, juxtaposition, biblical references and sensory descriptions in the poem to convey his message. The first line, “No Madonna and Child could touch," displays an iconic religious image where Mary saw Jesus die on the cross — creating ominous foreboding. Achebe also combines the senses of touch and smell by using a technique…

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    Before Deo was able to escape the harsh conditions of the civil war, he had no other choice but to stay in a refugee camp. Refugee camps aim to meet basic human needs, but the lack of space and infrastructure usually only allows refugees to settle temporarily. Most people seek refugee camps because they have escaped war in their home country and are seeking asylum that is granted in another country. These camps provide food and medicine; however, most people face infectious diseases and…

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