Oslo-based medical student and musician, Jenny Moe traveled to the Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan in the fall of 2014 to get a personal view of life for Syrians displaced by the civil war.  What she found touched her heart and musical soul; so much so, that she dedicated her song, "You, Me, War" in tribute to the 85,000 Syrians who live within the confines of the Za'atari camp in neighboring country, Jordan.

 

GO WHERE YOU WANT TO GO

How would you feel if you were forced to leave everything you knew behind indefinitely?

You can’t go where you want to go because it’s far too dangerous. 

For most people around the world, this question and the dilemma that surrounds it is merely contemplation. 

For the Syrian Refugees living in camps and host communities, it’s more than a question…it’s a reality.  

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FEEL WHAT YOU WANT TO FEEL

Jenny has never lived as a displaced person, but the feeling of leaving everything behind felt universal. It was during her visit to Za'tari camp that she decided to dedicate her song to Syrian relief. 

Using scenes from LWF's "Peace Oasis" program as the backdrop for the music video that accompanies her song,  “You, Me, War,” Jenny provides a tiny glimpse into the daily lives of those living at the Za’atari camp and shows how a tiny program helps children heal from the psychological traumas of war and move forward in a peaceful and healthy way.

Her video was shot with the help of camp residents, desiring an opportunity to show the world in which they see. The result is a song about love without borders.

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I’LL STILL BE HERE BEING THE ONE WHO BELIEVES

Jenny still believes.  In the spirit of "World Refugee Day" on June 20, 2015, please join Jenny in donating to the work of DWS at Za'atari Camp.

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