International Medical Corps' mental health officer, Hadeel Naser, is working tirelessly with Syrian refugees at Jordan's Azraq Camp to help them heal from invisible scars. "Not everybody can do this job," she says.
Despite being displaced, residents in the Ein Issa camp are enjoying the World Cup through an initiative carried out by al-Qubba association. The association provided the residents of the camp a large screen and a receiver which streams all world cup matches.
Local charity is screening all World Cup matches for free at Ain Issa camp for displaced Syrians in northern province of Raqqa. The displaced Syrians express their happiness regarding this initiative because "it draws people out of their torment," said a displaced spectator.
Ahead of FIFA World Cup, a team of Egyptian street children play in their own tournament in Russia and demonstrate their potential in the sport. The football tournament held in Russia targets street-connected and homeless children from 20 countries.
Abdullah, a psychosocial community health worker with a local partner of the International Rescue Committee in Idlib, discusses his work helping families cope with depression and other mental health issues