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High Commission to Address the Problems of Returning Migrants Daily Work Report of Committees Monday 1445/4/29 A.H Torkham Registration, Confirmation and Reception Committee: 318 families of refugees with 1,675 members; Registered and biometric and 193 families were confirmed, of which 174 families were immigrants and 19 others were considered fraudulent. 2069 SIM cards have been […]
High Commission to Address the Problems of Returning Migrants
Daily Work Report of Committees
Monday 1445/4/29 A.H
Registration, Confirmation and Reception Committee:
318 families of refugees with 1,675 members; Registered and biometric and 193 families were confirmed, of which 174 families were immigrants and 19 others were considered fraudulent.
2069 SIM cards have been distributed to the refugees, reaching the total number of distributed SIM cards to 32470.
Committee of Information and Public Awareness:
For the purpose of public awareness, five different meetings were held with the refugees and two meetings were held with the IOM representatives to solve the problems.
Dozens of refugees were given information in various fields and nearly 150 pages of lost documents were found and handed over to their owners.
Services and Health Affairs Committee:
The committee distributed food to 22050 refugees in camp and received 100 blankets, 120 carpets, 200 packets of mineral water, 490 female and male sheets from various charities and distributed them to the needy refugees.
According to the officials of Torkham, food has been given to 350,000 returning refugees so far.
201 Khalid Bin Waleed Corps treated 140 different patients in the field of health services while PD services were provided to 8,760 patients and 1,290 women were given advice on diseases.
Temporary Settlement Committee:
The committee distributed food to 200 families, which included fresh fruit, provided by a national businessman, and distributed it to the refugees, and also distributed 100 blankets to the needy refugees.
The implementation has been monitored and filled 140 water reservoirs of the camp in 13 tankers, 4 reservoirs have been repaired and pits have been removed for 10 more reservoirs.
Mosques and Education Organizing Committee:
The committee increased efforts to attract people to congregational prayer and the importance of prayer, issues and invitation speeches were held in mosques and distributed stationery to some children.
Transport and Transfer Committee:
Torkham camp in 18 cars made 28 rounds; The refugees were delivered safely, and 206 families with a total of 1169 members were sent from the camp to their areas in different provinces in 33 different vehicles.
Finance Management Committee:
550 families have been given 10,000 Afghanis per family, with this, the number of families that have received financial assistance so far has reached 1,3950 families.
Job Opportunities Committee:
On Monday, 45 bachelors, 10 post-grduate, 3 bachelors, 14 memorizers of the Holy Quran, 2 students of the of Hadith Sharif, 402 people with professional education and 838 workers refugees have returned to the dear country.
Through Spin Boldak, 746 families with 4077 members and 3 unaccompanied children returned to their country, were registered and biometrically identified and introduced to IOM for assistance. All families (10,000 ) to be paid ten thousand Afghanis.
Arrangements are being made for temporary settlements for the refugees in Kandahar’s Thatha Pul district, which will be completed in the near future.
From Spin Boldak, 298 families with 1890 members, were transferred to their homes in different districts of Kandahar, Herat, Kabul, Zabul, Ghazni and Uruzgan in 51 different types of vehicles.
Andpaid 227,000 two hundred and twenty-seven thousand Afghanis as rent to the families.
11 families with 79 members have been returned and registered and biometric in Angor Ada and 24 SIM cards have been distributed.
Committee on Information and Public Awareness:
The refugees were given information about various topics, information was shared with 3 media, information banners about the committees were installed.
The refugees were transferred to the camp from Angur base area in different types of vehicles and 11 families with a population of 79 were transferred from the camp to their districts.
30 tents were pitched in the Sharan camp, toilets for men and women were built in the camps, 22 tents were pitched in the Angur base and Tarawe camps.
1500 liters of drinking water was provided to the residents of Angor Ada camp.
Committee on Services and Health Affairs:
77 different patients were treated and 15 others were vaccinated, health advice was given to 13 people, breakfast, lunch and dinner were given to all returned refugees. Accommodation and necessary items were provided for newly returned refugees.
Financial affairs organization committee helped 11 returned migrant families and each family was given 10,000 Afghanis.
75 tents have been transferred and erected to families who have just returned to this camp.
40 families that are 136 people have been forced to return through Islam Fort and 1345 other singles by force and 1543 volunteer singles and 42 families and singles that are 298 people. are introduced
Mosques and education Organization Committee:
The committee members recommended to the officials of the Islam Kala refugee camp to reserve a place for the mosque.
Through Nimroz, 25 families of refugees, totaling 94 people, returned, 22 families, totaling 80 people, were provided temporary accommodation in a temporary camp, and IOM was introduced for assistance.
2,257 single migrants were returned, of which 52 were introduced to IOM for assistance.
Organization of mosques and education Committee:
Officials opened a mosque in the Nimroz refugee camp and advised the residents of the camp to pray in congregation.
Secretariat of the High Commission for Refugee Problems
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