A group of young Australian students providing assistance and planting smiles on the faces of Syrian children refugees in Jordan.

A group of young Australian students providing assistance and planting smiles on the faces of Syrian children refugees in Jordan.

Human Appeal Australia organised a tour to Jordan for a group of 16 young student from Sydney Australia. The group was accompanied by Canterbury Bankstown city councillor Bilal El-Hayek and Mr. Omar Merheb from Alfa Omega College.  The students had the opportunity to visit two refugee camps in Jordan where they handed out food packs and toys.

It was an eye opening experience for the students to see first-hand the harsh conditions refugee families live under. The second day of the tour the group had an exciting experience visiting Wadi rum, enjoying an amazing four wheel drive safari and the beautiful sunset.