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HEAT assessment for Undocumented Returnees in Kuzkunar District of Nangarhar province (16 Jan 2017)

Joint need assessment of undocumented Returnees in Shaga, Sarjal, Taran, Shat Khan, Salampoor, Kandy, Gambiri, Abdulkhil of Kuzkunar district
Direct Observation
Key findings: 
When the security situation of Afghanistan got worst because of internal conflict so, these families compelled to leave their homeland Afghanistan and got migrated to Pakistan. The families were lived in Pakistan for more than 30 years as undocumented/unregistered refugees where they also found some livelihood to run the life. When the relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan got worst, the government of Pakistan decided to expel the Afghan refugees. Those who did not have proof of registration (POR) forced by the government of Pakistan and passed them from the border. As they were forced evictees so could not manage to bringing assets and other home appliances. When they returned to Afghanistan, Afghan government and other humanitarian agencies coordinated the emergency and decided assist them as they are in emergency. So, humanitarian agencies started assessment for these families, based on which NRC conducted assessment in Kuz kunar district of Nangarhar and assessed 132 families who are eligible for emergency assistance. For 132 families the average household size for this caseload is 6.53 person. 81% of the beneficiaries have listed food as their first priority followed by NFI and Winterization as second and third priorities
Assessment Report: 
Assessment Questionnaire: 
Publicly Available
Assessment Data: 
Not Available
Assessment Date(s): 
10 Jan 2017 to 16 Jan 2017
Report completed
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Collection Method(s): 
Population Type(s): 
Leading/Coordinating Organization(s): 
Norwegian Refugee Council
Participating Organization(s): 
Government of Afghanistan - Ministry of Refugees and Repatriation
Needs Assessment