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Speaking to displaced person of Bara at AlmakarzeIslami, FATA, general secretary for JI, Munsif Khan Afridi, Zarnoor Afridi, naib Ameer FATA, president Alkhidmat Foundation, Awal Gul Afridi and Shah Jahan Afridi, said that IDPs had been confronting numerous problems in camps since long.
Today, November 17, Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine, Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Utilities Volodymyr Groysman met with the Rapporteur of the PACE Committee on migration, refugees and displaced persons Jim Sheridan.
While addressing a jirga from North Waziristan, Khan said that it seemed displaced persons had been forgotten in the grand scheme of things, and added that the most important thing was to overcome the losses suffered by schoolgoing students as "a student will make tomorrow's Pakistan".
Dubai: The largest UNHCR consignment of relief items for internally displaced Syrians had left Dubai for Syria on Friday, from the UNHCR's International Humanitarian City-based stockpile to help meet the needs of thousands of internally displaced persons in Syria.
SOUNDBITE: PETER NJOROGE, Internally displaced person, Tumaini Camp (swahili)
Activists have accused Sudanese security officials of harassing and arresting internally displaced persons in Darfur after they were seen talking with envoys from the UN Security Council, reported the pan-Arab daily AL QUDS AL ARABI online Friday.
ARBIL / Aswat al-Iraq: A United Nations official said on Sunday that he called on the Kurdistan Region Government (KRG) to solve the problem of internally displaced persons (IDPs) who fled to the region due to the tough security conditions Iraq is going through.
We provide explanations how to obtain a status of internally displaced person, which guarantees the state offers and migrant's rights," he said.