Muna had opened her own dentistry clinic in Syria, but now she had lost it like she had lost everything else. She became a refugee in Jordan with her three children, without her husband. She started looking for work to be able to care for her children, and she found a job at a dentist’s clinic. Unfortunately though, she couldn’t apply her skills as a dentist as her responsibilities there were cleaning the clinic and making coffee and tea. She’s only paid JD 200 a month. This woman is truly living a tragedy, for how could she resist her pride and expertise to be doing this kind of work at a place like this?
– Um Abdo