PHOTOGRAPH BY PAUL SALOPEK
Trauma therapy: A refugee child's drawing of a life left behind in Syria. Kilis, Turkey.
The Syrians pass their days and nights in shipping containers arrayed in rows atop what used to be farm fields on the Turkish border.
It is a model refugee camp, Kilis.
There are schools. A modern supermarket offers government-funded debit cards to the camp residents. A refugee souk bustles with barbershops, teashops, a songbird shop. The living containers are clean and come equipped with televisions. And the pathways between them are paved. Humanitarian experts from many countries have trooped through Kilis. All are stunned, impressed—by the amenities, by the generosity of the Turks.