Project sees refugees employed to meticulously restore ruins in Jordan

A UNESCO project in Mafraq, Jordan, has employed locals and refugees to meticulously restore ruins across the city. Footage from March 10 shows staff armed with tweezers and brushes carefully uncovering and restoring a beautiful mosaic on the floor amongst the ruins of a church. The heritage conservation project, financed by Germany, aims to employ 300 people in the Rihab region, half being Jordanian and the rest being Syrian refugees.