Syrian refugees living in ITS are the most likely to be exploited working in the informal sector in order to meet basic needs, such as paying rent for the land where they are staying. Furthermore, if caught working illegally, they risk detention or even deportation. Women often work in the fields or greenhouses near the ITS where they live. Studies on child labour in Jordan show that more than 5,000 Syrian children are forced to work, with most of them living in ITS.