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RCS helps 3600 Afghans to return home

posted on 02/06/2002: 673 views


The UAE Red Crescent Society, RCS, yesterday helped 600 Afghan refugees to return home as part of the ongoing efforts aimed at helping those who wanted to return to their homes after stability had been established. Fahd Al Faraj, who is in charge of the Society's Afghanistan file, said that the latest returnees brought the total number of refugees who left the Society's camp in Chaman to 3600 out of the Camp's population of 10,000 refugees. He said each family that chose to return was given two months food ration, a tent, and some cash to help them settle down comfortably. He added that another 1000 would return soon. Al Faraj said that the Camp was extending usual services to the remaining refugees. Ali Al Za'abi, Director of the Society's Office in Kabul, said that the Society was providing health, education and other social services to the returnees in Afghanistan. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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