Internally Displaced Person

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A person who has been forced to leave his/her home or habitual residence as a result of or in order to avoid the effects of armed conflict, general violence, violations of human rights or natural or human-made disasters, and who has not crossed an internationally recognised state border
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According to Ahmadov, about 10 percent of the total expenses for the social security system come from meeting the needs and requirements of refugees and internally displaced persons.
'So far, there are about 168,000 Internally Displaced Persons across Adamawa State, and of that number, over 81,000 are registered with the INEC and will participate in Feb.
Med shot, internally displaced persons at registration center
The army chief later visited an internally displaced persons (IDP) camp in Bannu where he said the army will work for maximum relief and rehabilitation.
He said that all the resources have been made available for the assistance of Internally Displaced Persons of North Waziristan and directed the relevant authorities of FATA secretariat that provision of cash amount to the IDPs must be ensured within next five days and desired that a detail report should be submitted to him on daily basis.
This one-year protracted relief and recovery operation titled "Supporting Relief and Early Recovery in Former Conflict-Affected Areas" will focus on targeting humanitarian and early recovery needs in the north, while integrating a strong protection element to ensure that remaining internally displaced persons are adequately cared for until resettlement.
Relief agencies fear that the government's apparent lack of concern for the internally displaced persons may diminish the military gains by providing the Taliban with a once-hostile population that is now perhaps more susceptible to recruitment, the editorial warns.
The funding will be provided through the Canadian International Development Agency, and will contribute to initiatives to assist internally displaced persons and refugees.
Also speaking, the Honourable Federal Commissioner, National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouq, corroborated Ahua, that the violent conflict in the Cameroon Republic was increasing the forced displacement of citizens, with over 30,000 refugees currently hosted in Nigeria.
The event aims at demonstrating and promoting the historical traditions of the culture of Karabakh, as well as enhancing and stimulating the creative possibilities of internally displaced persons and refugees.

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