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Syrian Refugee Art Q&A Griffin Yackee

International Relief and Development, at its headquarters in suburban Washington, is displaying paintings produced by young Syrian refugees living in the Za’atari Camp in Jordan. I-R-D is joining the U-N H-C-R and other aid groups to help young men and women learn art skills to make murals and other work for beautification of the camps and for sale. Jim Griffin is I-R-D Director of Health and spoke with V-O-A’s Susan Yackee about the program.