Samya Abass, 41, has witnessed the crisis first hand. She was born and raised in Azraq, a small town in central-eastern Jordan, now home to almost 20,000 Syrian refugees.
Since 2016, over 500 people have been trained under this project - 60% of them were women. Salwa Sueliman is one of them. She is 45 years old, from Syria, and arrived in Jordan as a refugee in 2013.