Afghan Refugees

Afghan diaspora refers to Afghan people who live outside of Afghanistan. These include citizens who have immigrated to other countries, or people of Afghan origin who are born outside Afghanistan. This does not include historical immigration to the Indian subcontinent (see Pashtun diaspora). The vast majority of the diaspora has been formed by Afghan refugees of war since the start of the Soviet-Afghan War in 1979; the largest numbers reside in Iran and Pakistan, together hosting over 2 million Afghans of which most have been resident ever since the Soviet-Afghan War. Apart from these, the largest communities exist in the …

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Frequently Asked Questions 2020-2022 Catalytic Multicountry Funds - General Questions - What …

GFATM · 23 June 2021 English

Additionally, an RO should implement to the extent possible the following CCM/RCM Eligibility Requirements: Eligibility Requirement 1: • Coordinate the development of the funding proposal through transparent and documented processes …

Americas (ORAS-CONHU) TB Interventions among Afghan refugees, returnees and mobile populations in Afghanistan Perrone@theglobalfund.org) TB Interventions among Afghan refugees, Nicolas Cantau returnees and mobile populations


CARE Gender in Emergencies - MAGNIFYING INEQUALITIES AND COMPOUNDING RISKS

Care · 14 June 2021 English

KEY FINDINGS AND IMPLICATIONS Access to and use of health services: Half of all women on the move in Afghanistan, Ecuador, and Turkey have had less or no access to …

pandemic began, a record number of undocumented Afghan refugees—an estimated 824,000 people—had returned from


CARE Gender in Emergencies - MAGNIFYING INEQUALITIES AND COMPOUNDING RISKS

Care · 14 June 2021 English

KEY FINDINGS AND IMPLICATIONS Access to and use of health services: Half of all women on the move in Afghanistan, Ecuador, and Turkey have had less or no access to …

pandemic began, a record number of undocumented Afghan refugees—an estimated 824,000 people—had returned from


The EU and Turkey: Toward sustainable cooperation in migration management and

IfW · 27 May 2021 English

2.1 A changed landscape ahead of the New Pact The main developments of 2020 that set the scene tory, with 22,700 refugees resettled globally in 2020 for the launch of …

functionality of the proposed insti- Germany by Afghan refugees recognized by Greece tutional infrastructure


Peshawar Sustainable Bus Rapid Transit Corridor Project: Internal Social Monitoring Report (July-December …

ADB · 18 May 2021 English

Social monitoring reports provide the status of social issues or mitigation measures related to project implementation. This document dated May 2021 is provided for the ADB project 48289-002 in Pakistan.

accounts of those shopkeepers with whom the Afghan Refugees had worked as assistants or iv) through 540 million. The project unique DPs such as Afghan Refugees, blocked, underage who need guardian certificates cheques are ready . In these cases, for Afghan Refugees, PDA have communicated with Commissionerate meetings Mechanism of compensation payment to Afghan Refugees pending PDA/ADB decision consensus. For have communicated with Commissionerate of Afghan Refugees but have no positive result, for below 18


Labor Migration in Asia: Impacts of the COVID-19 Crisis and the Post-Pandemic …

ADBI · 7 May 2021 English

This report by the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the International Labour Organization (ILO) analyzes labor migration trends in Asia and …

Perspective: Discourse of Arab Speaking and Afghan Refugees and Migrants on Social Media. Geneva, Switzerland:


Karim Khan Professional Summary Academic Experience - Associate Professor Assistant Professor

PIDE · 5 May 2021 English

“The Role of Political Regimes in the Macroeconomic Effectiveness of Foreign Aid in Pakistan” (with Muhammad Luqman and Mirajul Haq), South Asian Journal of Macroeconomics and Public Finance, 4(1): 118-137, …

Ejaz Ghani and Musleh-ud-Din) 9. “Survey on Afghan Refugees” funded by International Labor Organization


Cover of “No Going Backward”: Afghanistan’s Post–Peace Accord Security Sector Peaceworks Report

USIP · 14 April 2021 English

another key to preparing for a post–peace agree- The international examples adduced in support of the ment afghanistan is to start now the dialogue among recommendations tend toward the relatively modest afghans—including Managing expectations and planning should begin even while negotiations take shape, with an eye to The afghan government should heed the lessons retaining and even improving the current capability of learned capabilities.86 satisfactory benefits and public stature for the police, who lack the career stability and recognition of the mil- While the capabilities of the MOD and MOI outside the itary. [...] dence in the afghan

often flare up at a There are over 2.7 million afghan refugees, most of local and personal level, sometimes is likely to exacerbate disputes over land afghan refugees, IDPs, or fighters may return as a ownership -show. 53. UNhcr, “Solutions Strategy for afghan refugees: Enhancing resilience and co-Existence through 66534. 54. UNhcr, “Solutions Strategy for afghan refugees.” 55. Emilia Frost and Matthias Nowak, “Inclusive


Let the Afghan People Come

Cato Institute · 7 April 2021 English

President Joe Biden appears ready to ignore the May 1 deadline the Trump administration negotiated for withdrawing from Afghanistan. Why would Biden, who as vice president promised a total withdrawal …

Asian countries settle Afghan refugees within their borders. Many Afghan refugees want to go to Europe administration will have to consider is paroling Afghan refugees into the United States. Under presidential


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LST · 31 March 2021 English

Sikder points out in Chapter 1 the efforts of successive governments in Bangladesh to streamline the recruitment process, explore and consolidate labour markets, and to encourage the quicker inflows of …

Coercion, UN Complicity The Mass Forced Return of Afghan Refugees, Human Rights Watch, 2017 available at https://www Afghanistan-Soviet war (1979-1989), a large number of Afghan refugees entered Pakistan. Many refugees were put in end of 2001, there were over four million Afghan refugees in Pakistan. Since 2002, a majority of them have UNHCR identity cards, large portions of Afghan refugees do not. However, they are able to mingle with


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