Bara’a, 7, and her brother Ahmad, 21, can no longer afford medication for a blood disorder they have, called thalassaemia. The last of their medication will run out and cannot afford to pay the $2800 a month they need for blood transfusion and medication. Having no medication will lead to fatigue, organ failure, even death. Before the government made the changes It was heavily subsidized at a low cost of 0.25 cents (US$0.35) a month. This photo was taken as part of a story for UNHCR that highlights the difficulties refugees are facing in accessing healthcare and medicine in Jordan after the Jordanian government decided to cut healthcare subsidies from refugees.