In the second part of her visit to the Zaatari Camp in Jordan, where people made homeless by the civil war in Syria wait, hope and try to carry on with life, presenter Anita Rani witnesses the arrival of the camp’s newest resident. Soon Zaatari will see the birth of its 5,000th baby, proving that life goes on in even the most awful of situations. Built as a temporary measure four years ago, and now home to around 80,000 refugees, the camp continues to evolve, and there’s now even an underground sewage system being built to replace dangerous open cesspits. But the more permanent the camp becomes, the further away the dream of returning home seems to its residents.