Jordan: Syrian refugees are paying for their food just through a retina scan James Hawk February 17, 2016 Trending 7016 If there is something about rationing that’s commendable, it’s the fair distribution. And UN World food programme that was launched at King Abdullah’s refugee camp in Jordan, does exactly what we need to help refugees in this hour of need. With this new iris scanning technology being installed at stores, it will allow refugees to simply prove their identity through retina scan, and their food payments will be processed without even paying. UN itself has called this programme a “milestone” towards the evolution of food assistance program. This technology, though, isn’t new with U.N., as similar iris scans are also used when refugees register themselves with U.N. Refugee Agency. This process makes the distribution of food amongst refugees more efficient, which is far better than the other electronic payment methods in terms of security and safety. Let us all pray that Syrian Crisis gets better soon. Note All Content is Originally Written by TheGoodNation Staff, and property of TheGoodNation, Any use of this content is not allowed without the permission of TheGoodNation.