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Daily work reports of committees Day: Tuesday 30/4/1445 08/23/1402 Torkham Registration, approval and receiving committee 369 families with 2952 members returned, registered and biometrically, 269 families were assesd, resulting in 230 refugee families and 39 fake refugee families while 1990 SIM cards have beeen distributed. Information and Public Recognition Committee In order to solve and […]
Daily work reports of committees
Registration, approval and receiving committee
369 families with 2952 members returned, registered and biometrically, 269 families were assesd, resulting in 230 refugee families and 39 fake refugee families while 1990 SIM cards have beeen distributed.
Information and Public Recognition Committee
In order to solve and coordinate part of the refugees’ problems, meetings were held with the IOM office, three committees and the Torkham commissioner, and nearly 600 refugee forms ware received and distributed, and 300 misssing documents were founded and handed over to their owners.
Services and Health Affairs Committee
Food and purified water were distributed to 19,440 refugees in the Torkham camp, 550 blanket, 110 floor mats, 100 mineral water packs, 450 women panties, and 300 raw food packs were delivered to this committee by various donors. It was distributed among the needy.
Temporary Accommodationl Committee
100 empty tents have been marked and prepared for returning refugees, and 35 tents and 10 water tanks have been moved to safe places with road maps.
Water was supplied to 140 tanks with the help of 13 tankers.
These refugees were transported to the camp by 12 different vehicles and 25 rounds from Torkham. Also, 250 families with a population of 1,316 people were sent to the respective areas in different provinces with 42 vehicles.
Registration, approval and receiving committee
Through Spin Boldak, 683 refugee families with a population of (3,703) have returned to the country, register and biometriced, and 565 families have been referred to (IOM) for cooperation and 64 families (UNHCR). Also, 1560 SIM carrds of different communications networks have been distributed ammong the refugees.
Transfer and Transportation Committee
Today, this committee transported 314 families with 1865 people with 53 different vehicles from Spin Boldak to different districts of Kandahar, Herat, Kabul, Zabul, Ghazni and Uruzgan province and paid 237,500 Afghanis in fare.
Lunch and dinner were distributed to 9,650 returned refugees. Also, 1093 patients were treated and 3234 people were vaccinated.
Job Opportunities Committee
13 bachelors, 3 postgraduates, 8 memorizers/ Hafiz of the holy Quran, 3 religious scholars, 120 experts and 994 needy migrents have returrned.
Financial Management Committee
This committee provided 10,000 Afghanis for each family of 689 returning immigrant families.
Registration, approval and Receiving committee
8 families from Angoor Ada, with 51 members, have returned and registered, and 14 SIM cards have been distributed among the refugees.
Information and Public Awareness Committee
Lots of returned refugees and three different media were given information about the camp in different areas.
In a meeting with the Afghan Agency for Access for the Disabled (AOAD), this organization was prepared to operate in the camp from tomorrow.
Financial affairs committee
40 families were returned from Angoor ada , and each family received a donation of 10 thousand Afghanis.
68 different patients were treated and vaccinated, and psychological counseling was given to 14 people, breakfast, lunch and dinner were given to the returned refugees, and a resting place was provided for the newly returned refugees.
8 refugee families, which are 51 people, were sent from the factious durand line of Angoor ada to the refugee camp and from there to their districts and villages.
Temporary Accommodation Committee
1500 liters of drinking water and two tents for the disabled have been provided by the temporary accommodation committee.
Aid mangament Committee
Economy Minister Qari Din Muhammad Hanif, in a meeting with Qatar’s ambassador in Kabul, discussed about attracting aid for forced migrants who returned from Pakistan.
Minister of Economy in another separate meeting with visited the representatives of wedding halls in Kabul and encouraged them to help the immigrants. They also promised to help the returning immigrants.
A provincial committee was formed and started working to solve the problems of the returning migrants.
Food, drink, health services and other parts of the refugees were monitored and deficiencies were noted.
Registration, confirmation and receiving committee
Two families with 16 people in Nemroz were registered and they were given cash assistance.
43 families with 160 members and 2570 forced and voluntary singles have returned through Islam Qala. 307 people were introduced to IOM for aid.
Secretariat of the High Commission for Dealing with Immigrants’ Problems
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