Daily report of the high commission for facilitation of returning refugees

The Secretariat of the High Commission for Immigrant Problems has provided a daily work report of committees on Wednesday refugees returning to the country from various routes were offered necessary services in different areas. The report is as follows: Nangarhar Torkham (Durand Fictitious Line) Registration, Confirmation, and Reception Committee: 80 families returned through Torkham, with […]

The Secretariat of the High Commission for Immigrant Problems has provided a daily work report of committees on Wednesday refugees returning to the country from various routes were offered necessary services in different areas. The report is as follows:

Nangarhar

Torkham (Durand Fictitious Line)

Registration, Confirmation, and Reception Committee:

80 families returned through Torkham, with 186 family members registered and biometrically processed.

Finance Management Committee:

The committee provided financial assistance of 10,000 Afghanis to 202 families, totaling 1,020,000 Afghanis.

Temporary Settlement Committee:

20 families were accommodated in a short-term settlement camp in Torkham.

Services and Health Affairs Committee:

Various services, including health, were provided to returning refugees in the Torkham camp.

– Food: 3,700 meals and 130,000 liters of clean water were distributed.

– Food items and clothes: Distribution included 100 blankets, 129 wooden floors and medical kits, 115 packages of raw food items, and miscellaneous items.

– Communications: 291 SIM cards were distributed to returnees, offering free minutes and internet bundles.

Recruitment Committee:

The committee registered 3 bachelor’s degree holders, 1 Hafiz, 64 workers, and 52 professionals in Torkham, totaling 120 individuals.

Public awareness sessions on explosives, cleanliness, child protection, Afghanistan, and games for mental health were conducted for 84 children in Torkham.

The committee also reunited 2 separated children with their families.

Information and Public Awareness Committee:

Public awareness sessions were conducted in Torkham, providing information on registration, transportation, financial assistance, short-term settlement, understanding of the country, Islamic system, migration, patience, tolerance, and education to the returned refugees.

Kandahar

Spin Boldak (Durand Hypothetical Line)

Registration, Confirmation, and Reception Committee:

A total of 86 families comprising 490 members returned to the country and were registered through Spin Boldak.

Finance Management Committee:

The Financial Affairs Committee provided 10,000 Afghanis to 86 families, totaling 860,000 Afghanis.

Committee on Transport and Shipping:

26 families with 150 members from Spin Boldak were safely transported to Kandahar and Kabul. These families were given a rental allowance of 71,000 Afghanis.

Temporary Settlement Committee:

191 families were placed in a short-term settlement camp in Spin Boldak today.

Services and Health Affairs Committee:

Various services, including food and health, were provided to the returning refugees in Spin Boldak today:

– Food: Distribution of food and clean water to refugees in Spin Boldak amounted to 1,550 units.

– Health: 369 returned refugees received medical treatment in Spin Boldak.

– Public Awareness: 613 refugees received public awareness sessions on health-related topics.

– Clothing: Tents, blankets, and other essential items were distributed to refugees in short-term camps.

– Communication: The Communication Services Department provided 120 SIM cards to returned refugees free of charge, including free minutes and internet packages.

Recruitment Committee:

The employment committee registered 2 individuals with bachelor’s degrees, 6 memorists, 2 religious scholars, 78 poor workers, and 153 professionals in Spin Boldak, totaling 241 people. Additionally, the committee conducted public awareness sessions on explosives, cleanliness, child protection, and Afghanistan for 48 children in Spin Boldak. Games and recreational programs were also provided to promote the mental well-being of these children. Furthermore, the committee identified and reunited 2 children who were separated from their families in the Umari camp. They were subsequently handed over to their families.

Zabul

Shamulzo Gate (Durand Hypothetical Line)

Registration, Confirmation, and Reception Committee:

8 families comprising a total of 43 members returned to the country and were registered along the way to Schmalzo.

Committee on Transport and Shipping:

8 families with a total of 43 members were safely transported to various villages in the Shamulzo district.

Finance Management Committee:

The Financial Affairs Organizing Committee donated 10,000 Afghanis to each of the 8 families, resulting in a total of 80,000 Afghanis in cash assistance.

Temporary Settlement Committee:

5 families were accommodated in a short-term settlement camp in Schmalzo.

Services and Health Affairs Committee:

Various services, including food and water, were provided to the returning refugees along the Schmalzo route. Distribution of food and water was carried out for the 43 families in Schmalzo.

Information and Public Awareness Committee:

Public awareness sessions were conducted for the returned refugees in Schmalzo. The refugees received valuable information regarding their registration, transportation, financial assistance, short-term settlement, as well as an understanding of the country, the Islamic system, migration, patience, tolerance, and education.

Paktika

Angor Ada (Durand Hypothetical Line)

Confirmation, Registration, and Reception Committee:

One family returned to the country through Grape Base and was registered.

Finance Management Committee:

The Finance Management Committee provided a cash donation of 10,000 Afghanis to the family on their way to Grape Base.

Committee on Transport and Shipping:

One family was safely transported from Grape Base to their respective area and village.

Services and Health Affairs Committee

Various services, including health, were provided to the returning refugees in Angur Adha and Sharna:

– Food: Distribution of 102 meals and clean water was carried out for the refugees in Angur Adha and Sharna.

– Health: Medical treatment was provided to 21 returning refugees, and 4 individuals received vaccination at Grape Base.

– Communication: The Department of Communication Services distributed 6 SIM cards free of charge to the returned refugees, offering free minutes and internet packages.

Information and Public Awareness Committee:

General awareness sessions were conducted for the refugees at Grape Base today. They received valuable information regarding registration, transportation, financial assistance, short-term settlement, as well as an understanding of the country, the Islamic system, migration, patience, tolerance, education, and training.

Nimroz

Silk Road

Confirmation, Registration, and Reception Committee:

A total of 36 families comprising 129 members returned to the country and were registered through the Silk Road in Nimroz province. Additionally, 1,460 travelers have also returned to the country.

Finance Management Committee:

12 families in Nimroz province received cash assistance amounting to 10,000,000,000,000 Afghanis.

Services and Health Affairs Committee:

Various services, including health, were provided to the refugees returning via the Nimroz Silk Road today:

– Communications: Free SIM cards with 36-digit numbers were distributed to the refugees, offering complimentary minutes and internet packages.

Information and Public Awareness Committee:

Public awareness sessions were conducted for the 129 refugees on the Silk Road in Nimroz province. They received valuable information regarding their registration, transportation, financial assistance, short-term settlement, as well as an understanding of the country, the Islamic system, migration, patience, tolerance, education, and training.

Herat

Temporary Settlement Committee:

56 families were accommodated in a short-term settlement camp in Herat.

Temporary Settlement Committee:

23 families were accommodated in a short-term settlement camp in Nimroz.

Kabul

Committee on Transport and Shipping:

16 families comprising 78 members were safely transported from Kabul to Kunduz and Takhar provinces. The total cost of car rental for these families amounted to 92,920 Afghanis.

The aggregate figures of the various activities of all the doors and committees are as follows:

– Total Registered Migrants: 211 Families and 901 Individuals

– Total Transferred Refugees: 51 Families and 272 Individuals

– Total Assisted Migrants: 309 Families

– Total Refugees Treated: 390 People

– Distributed SIM Cards: 453 Numbers

Secretariat of the High Commission for Rfugees Problems