Angelina Jolie has met Syrian refugees who have fled the violence - and their homes - and crossed the border into Jordan.
The Hollywood star, who has donated \$5m (£3.1m) to UN efforts to help refugees, visited the Zaatari camp which is home to around 27,000 men, women and children displaced by the 18-month long conflict.
Jordan has sheltered more than 185,000 Syrian refugees - the largest number in the region - and this camp is said to have become a sprawling tent city.
UN refugee chief Antonio Guterres and Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh accompanied the actress on the visit, during which she met some of the refugees and asked them about their experiences of conflict and of leaving their homes.
Mr Guterres said the camp "needs massive international funding", adding "conditions are still not acceptable".
Jolie was previously a goodwill ambassador for the UN, before being appointed a special envoy to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in April.
This is not the first time she has visited Syrian refugees.
In June 2011, Jolie flew to Turkey, which has also received thousands of people fleeing the violence in Syria.
The star took boxes of toys to children who live with their parents at a camp near the city of Altinozu.