RAHA inaugurates its first education project in Ziarat

RAHA inaugurates its first education project in Ziarat

Press Release  QUETTA, May 21, 2015: In an effort to improve existing education facilities in different districts of Balochistan, the UN Refugee Agency through its partner organiza ...

Refugee Affected and Hosting Area initiative: Improving lives through better education facilities

Refugee Affected and Hosting Area initiative: Improving lives through better education facilities

Press Release The United States and UNHCR inaugurate education project in Punjab for Afghan and Pakistani students April 28, 2015, Islamabad: The UN Refugee Agency in collaboration ...

Afghanistan, Pakistan and UNHCR agree on adopting new approaches to assist the voluntary return of Afghans from Pakistan

Afghanistan, Pakistan and UNHCR agree on adopting new approaches to assist the voluntary return of Afghans from Pakistan

Press Release 11 March 2015 ISLAMABAD: Representatives of the governments of Afghanistan, Pakistan and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) today reaffirmed th ...

Government and UN launch new Information Management System for Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas programme

Government and UN launch new Information Management System for Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas programme

Press Release ISLAMABAD, 16 December, 2014: In an effort to ensure more sustainable transparency and accountability in Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas (RAHA) projects, the Unite ...

Teacher’s vision brings education to hundreds in Pakistani refugee village

Teacher’s vision brings education to hundreds in Pakistani refugee village

News Stories, 8 December 2014 MIANWALI, Pakistan, December 8 (UNHCR) – When Aqeela started her teaching career 22 years ago in northern Pakistan, the toughest and most important le ...

16 Days of Activism: Afghan girl embraces new beginning after escaping forced marriage

16 Days of Activism: Afghan girl embraces new beginning after escaping forced marriage

News Stories, 5 December 2014 ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, December 5 (UNHCR) – When her abusive, drug addict father told Zakia* that she must marry a man twice her age, the then 15-year-o ...

UNHCR and partners launches “16 Days of Activism” campaign against gender violence

UNHCR and partners launches “16 Days of Activism” campaign against gender violence

Press Release 25  November 2014 ISLAMABAD – As the world marks the “International Day to Eliminate Violence against Women” the UN refugee agency pledges a renewed commitment to add ...

UNHCR in Pakistan: An enduring partnership

UNHCR’s priority in Pakistan is to achieve lasting solutions for one of the largest and most protracted refugee situations in the world. Pakistan continues to host approximately 1.7 million refugees. Most are from Afghanistan and live in refugee villages and urban areas. Since March 2002, UNHCR has facilitated the return of approximately 3.7 million registered Afghans from Pakistan. Our history of working with the Government of Pakistan stretches back more than thirty years when the first wave of Afghan refugees entered the country following the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Throughout that time, our key government partner has been the Ministry for States and Frontier Regions. In 2012, UNHCR will support the government in the implementation of its Afghan Management and Repatriation strategy and its focus on facilitating the voluntary return of the remaining Afghan refugees in Pakistan.

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