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repatriation

The transfer of a person to their country of origin. While the term could refer to any person regardless of their health status, repatriation is often a euphemism for the shipping of a body back to the person’s home country for burial.
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But there should be a "continuous engagement of all concerned" in the repatriation process in order to build trust with refugees, she said, and this approach was "a process, not a one-off event."
Cato told INQUIRER.net in a Viber message that the embassy thought that joining in on the 'Daniela' meme craze would be a 'funny and effective' way to inform distressed Filipinos in the north African country about the government's repatriation efforts.
In his analysis on the recent terrorist attacks, Home Minister of Baluchistan Laiqat Shahwani described the presence of over one million Afghan Refugees in the province as a major risk factor and strongly advocated their repatriation to the country of their origin besides strictly regulating their daily movement by keeping them under strict surveillance.
In this regard, Afridi suggested that the UNHCR approach donors to enhance the repatriation grant given to refugees.
The Minister recommended that the UNHCR may use its offices to approach the donors for the enhancement of repatriation grant.
The United States closely followed with $172m in repatriation, as against $181m in same period last year.
According to a deal signed between Bangladesh and Myanmar in October last year, the repatriation process was expected to begin by November.
Bello said they will prioritize children of OFWs during the repatriation.
Following the recent escalation of conflict in Libya, the government is now preparing for the voluntary repatriation of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in the war-torn North African state.
UNHCR will facilitate repatriation from the voluntary repatriation centres at Azakhel, Nowshera in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baleli, Quetta in Balochistan.
The state finance minister Thomas Isaac said in his annual budget speech in the state legislature that the Department of Non Resident Keralites Affairs (Norka) will bear the repatriation costs of expatriates' bodies from abroad.
He said this was a golden opportunity for our government to seek the repatriation of Aafia, but the rulers wasted it despite knowing the sentiments of Pakistani nation on this issue.