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Day: Monday Date: 20/5/1445 Hijri Solar, 13/9/1402 Hijri Lunar 04/12/2023 Gregorian On Monday Refugees returned to the country from different routes. The detail of which with a breakdown of entry routes and committees is presented below: Torkham (Durand Fictitious Line) Registration, Confirmation and Reception Committee: 244 families were registered in Torkham by the registration, verification […]
Date: 20/5/1445 Hijri Solar, 13/9/1402 Hijri Lunar 04/12/2023 Gregorian
On Monday Refugees returned to the country from different routes. The detail of which with a breakdown of entry routes and committees is presented below:
Torkham (Durand Fictitious Line)
Registration, Confirmation and Reception Committee:
244 families were registered in Torkham by the registration, verification and reception committee.
Transport and Transfer Committee:
54 families from Torkham with a total of 268 members were transferred to Nangarhar, Kunar, Laghman and Kabul provinces and were paid 30,500 Afghani as rent.
Temporary Settlement Committee:
50 families were settled in the camp, (10) tents, (8) toilets were installed and (130) tanks were supplied with water.
Services and Health Affairs Committee:
Bread and water distributed to 6,000 refugees in Omari Camp by the service committee and water was poured into 130 tanks.
The service committee, the officials of communication and information technology distributed 512 SIM cards to the returned refugees for free.
Information and Public Awareness Committee:
Meetings were held with the returning migrants in the life camp and the imaginary line, the same information about the steps to be taken and awareness was given to the people who were crossing the fictitious durand line, not to get privileges in the name of immigrants, if anyone is caught, they will be dealt with legally. To be done and in coordination with the E, O, M office distributed the immigration sheets to the immigrants.
4 missing children were handed over to their families and tens of lost documents and citizenship cards were handed over to their owners and information boards were installed in the age camp.
Job seeking Committee:
The Employment Committee for Refugees in Torkham has registered 12 baccalaureate degree holders, 6 post-baccalaureate degree holders, 2 bachelor’s degree holders, 14 memorizers of the holy Quran and in Torkham and Spin Boldak. 435 workers and 249 professionals were registered.
Spin Boldac (Durand Hypothetical Line)
Registration and Reception Committee:
167 families with a total of 962 people in Spin Boldak have been registered and biometriced by the Ministry of Interior.
Among them 140 families with a total of 793 people were introduced to IOM and WWF and 27 families with a total of 169 people were introduced to the IOM and WWF (UNHCR) organization.
From Spin Boldak district and Kandahar, 45 families with a total of 262 members were transferred to Herat, Kabul and Kandahar provinces and these families were given 38,000 Afghani rent.
3,700 refugees were given food and 84,000 liters of water were delivered today in Umari and Shorandam camps.
256 patients were treated by the child rescue and health teams of the Health Net Foundation within the framework of the Services and Health Affairs Committee; 1832 people were given various vaccines, 880 people were screened and 5 malaria and corona samples were taken.
Paktika (Durand Fictitious Line)
7 families were recorded and registered in Angor ada crossing on the fictitious Durand line.
7 families have been transferred from Angor ada to the refugee camp and from there to their districts and villages.
Finance Management Committee:
7 families were assisted by the financial affairs management committee in Angor Ada and 10,000 Afghanis were given to each family.
22 people were treated in Sharna and Angur Adha, 5 were vaccinated and 67 people were given food by the service committee in Angor Ada and Sharna, and a place to spend the night and other necessary things were provided
The service committee, 9 SIM cards were distributed by the officials of communication and information technology.
The information and public awareness committee gave information to the returning refugees about their children’s future and education system.
Zabul (Durand Hypothetical Line)
In Zanjir area of Shamalzo district of Zabul province, 1 family with 5 members was registered and biometric.
A family was transferred from Zanjir area to Shamalzo district.
Today in Zabul, 1 returned family was helped with 10,000 Afghanis and in the same way, Red Crescent Society gave them 23 non-food items, including children’s winter clothes.
50 returnees were given dinner today by the Committee of Services and Health Affairs in Zabul.
45 families with a total of 144 members returned to the country through the silk route, which was registered by the authorities.
In the same way, in the last 24 hours 1682 singles have been registered, of which 141 have been introduced to the (IOM) organization for assistance.
In Nimroz, 30 families with 96 members were settled in a temporary refugee camp. And cash assistance was also provided.
Finance Affairs Committee:
10 families in Nimroz were given 10,000 Afghanis by the Financial Affairs Committee.
Registration, Verification and Biometrics Committee:
19 families with a total of 53 members were registered and biometriced in Islam Kala port on Monday.
Finance Affiars Committee:
10,000 Afghanis were given to 15 families by the Financial Affairs Organizing Committee in Herat today.
Kabul – Center:
32 families with a total of 162 associates were transferred from Kabul to Kunduz and Balkh provinces.
Secretariat of the High Commission to Address Problems of Returning Refugees
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