Raha, 23, has just finished her day’s work as a volunteer at Save the Children Jordan’s breastfeeding clinic. It is the work that keeps her going, giving her a little extra money – and above all, something else to think about.
“When I meet the children, I become a little happy, they remind me of my own.”
She is still in shock. Eats anti-depressants in order to be able to get up in the mornings, she says.
“And I go to therapy sessions at the Moroccan hospital. It helps me,” she says.
Then she lowers her voice, turns her focus inward and continues: