Father and daughter share a tender moment. Muhammed Amer Khalaf, 40, from Daraa, worked as a mechanic and farmer in Syria. He and his eldest son Rajeh, 13, were rushed into Jordan in June 2014 for emergency medical treatment after the car they were driving in Syria was bisected by a rocket. Rajeh lost both his legs in the impact, while his father lost his right leg and seriously injured his left. With father and son both confined to wheelchairs, they struggle to cope with the camp’s rocky desert terrain and rely heavily on Muhammed’s wife, Jihan, to care for them and the couple’s three other children. The family is on a list to be resettled in Germany.