In Turkey, official camps for Syrians escaping civil war are at capacity, so families count on generosity in a small border town.
Dec. 29, 2012 Members of the Jasem family in the garden of their temporary home in a village bordering Syria. The extended family of more than 60 people shares three bedrooms and very little food in Davutpasa, Turkey. The refrigerator held only a small bowl of dried yogurt that a neighbor had brought, half a stuffed baby eggplant left over from breakfast and a bowl of parsley the family had picked in a field. Bradley Secker/For The Washington Post