20 February 2018

Sudan: Hassabo Gives Directive for Speeding Up Provision of Services to Villages and Areas of Voluntary Return

Khartoum — The Vice-President of the Republic, Hassabo Mohamed Abdul-Rahman has given directive to expedite provision of services to villages and areas of voluntary return in Darfur States.

Chairing meeting of Committee of Voluntary Return in Darfur in the Republican Palace, Tuesday , the Vice-President said peace and security stability achieved in Darfur following firearms collection campaign encouraged many displaced people and refugees in neighboring countries to back to their home villages and areas.

Minister iof Welfare and Social Security , Masher Al-Dawalab said the meeting directed the Ministry of Welfare and Social Security to find sustainable solutions to issue of free repatriation and provide services necessary for stability of returnees in alkl Darfur States in coordination with governors of the Darfur States.

She asserted that the state was moving from relief policy to reconstruction and development.


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