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The officials said the government is giving priority to the complete rehabilitation of displaced families in their areas.
UNICEF s Representative in Nigeria, Ms Jean Gough, noted that funding was urgently needed to protect the more than two million people displaced in Nigeria by the conflict.
Immediately following the invasion, the Council of Ministers of Cyprus approved the introduction of a scheme for war victims and persons displaced from areas occupied by the Turkish armed forces, according to which displaced persons were entitled to refugee cards.
During inspecting the distribution process in the villages of Ein al-Baida and Ein al-Wadi, Lattakia Governor Ibrahim Khudr al-Salem stressed that the Governorate is ready to provide every possible thing that would help in alleviating the suffering of the displaced people.
Colombia continued, nonetheless, to have one of the world's largest internally displaced populations, reported at 6 million people, with 137,000 Colombians being newly displaced during the year.
Most of the displaced people are located in camps in the northern, central and western regions of Iraq.
Speakers said their party had been serving the displaced persons of FATA from the first day and pledged to continue providing all sorts of facilities to them.
The parliamentary delegation listened to the demands of the displaced people, which concentrated on accommodation problems, official identity papers and their monthly salaries for the past few months.
Phelim Kine, deputy Asia director at Human Rights Watch said that the Pakistani government should address the needs of displaced people in order to avoid disastrous consequences.
Meanwhile, the governor listened to an explanation on procedures and steps to register, harbor and provide relief items to about 21 thousand displaced people, who have fled from their homes to a number of districts in Shabwa and Hadramout provinces due to the military confrontations with al-Qaeda militants in the province.
The government has yet to provide assistance to the internally displaced people (IDPs), relying instead on NGOs.
Displaced people walk around Tomping camp in Juba, where some 15,000 people who fled their homes are sheltered by the United Nations, Jan.