According to the latest report of OCHA or the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid for Afghanistan, 327,000 Afghan refugees have returned to the country from Pakistan since mid-September. Daniel Anders, the coordinator of the humanitarian aid of the United Nations, said that the situation of the returnees is extremely worrying and they need humanitarian aid. including water, food and shelter. He emphasized that for the United Nations, immediate assistance to these immigrants is a big challenge and an emergency solution should be considered in the first step.
Returned migrants also complain about the lack of shelter as the weather gets colder. They say that UN aid is a basic need for them, but not enough. Javed, one of the returnees, says that now that we have come here, we are facing the problem of shelter and our children are in serious danger.