unhcrpakistan

UNHCRPakistan

Official account of the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Pakistan.

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Young men attending a tailoring class at UNHCR's Technical Training Centre (TTC) for Afghan refugees in Kot Chandana refugee village in Mianwali, Pakistan.
An old butcher in the market of Kot Chandana refugee village in Mianwali, Pakistan.
Afghan refugee children posing for the photograph in Khazana refugee village in Peshawar. (C) UNHCR/S. Phelps
An Afghan refugee with his son in Padhana refugee village in Haripur. Photo credit (C) UNHCR/S. Rich
Afghan refugee sisters posing for the photograph in Turkman refugee village in Nowshera. Photo credit (C) UNHCR/S. Rich
The UN Refugee Agency in collaboration with Commissioner for Afghan Refugees, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Partner SHARP organised a half-day roundtable talk on 'reality and perspective' of Afghan refugee situation in Peshawar.
Afghan refugee children standing outside of their homes in Khazana refugee village in Peshawar early morning. (C) UNHCR/S. Phelps
An Afghan refugee siblings standing in front of their home in Padhana refugee village in Haripur. (C) UNHCR/S. Rich
Nasrullah, a 31-year-old Afghan refugee runs a shop in Kot Chandana refugee village in Mianwali, Punjab. (C) UNHCR/S. Rich
Behlol, a 45-year-old Afghan refugee is a tailor in Akhora refugee village in Nowshera. He lives with his three daughters and three sons. He lost his leg when he trod on an anti-personnel mine. He fled Afghanistan 35-years ago when his house was bombed by the Soviet Union. © UNHCR/S. Rich
Behlol, a 45-year-old Afghan refugee is a tailor in Akhora refugee village in Nowshera. He lives with his wife, three daughters and three sons. He lost his leg when he trod on an anti-personnel mine. He fled Afghanistan 35-years ago when his house was bombed by the Soviet Union. © UNHCR/S. Rich
Behlol, a 45-year-old Afghan refugee is a tailor in Akhora refugee village in Nowshera. He lives with his wife, three daughters and three sons. He lost his leg when he trod on an anti-personnel mine. He fled Afghanistan 35-years ago when his house was bombed by the Soviet Union. © UNHCR/S. Rich
Behlol, a 45-year-old Afghan refugee is a tailor in Akhora refugee village in Nowshera. He lives with his wife, three daughters and three sons. He lost his leg when he trod on an anti-personnel mine. He fled Afghanistan 35-years ago when his house was bombed by the Soviet Union. © UNHCR/S. Rich
Maria, a 50-year-old Afghan refugee widow preparing wool for carpet weavers in Turkman refugee village in Nowshera. She wishes that her children receive good education. © UNHCR/S. Rich
An Afghan refugee man sitting infront of his grocery shop at Kot Chandana refugee village in Mianwali, Punjab. (C) UNHCR/S. Rich
Head of UNHCR Peshawar Office, Dinesh Shrestha with Afghan refugee students at a refugee school at Kalkatak refugee village in Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Head of UNHCR Peshawar Office, Dinesh Shrestha (centre) and staff interacting with Afghan refugees in Chitral, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
An Afghan refugee girl wants to become a doctor to serve her community. She lives in Turkman Afghan refugee village in Nowshera. Photo credit (C) UNHCR/S. Rich
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