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48,300 in Q1+Q2 2018
102,800 in Q1+Q2 2017
178,500 in 2017
362,300 in 2016
Dead and Missing
1,288 in Q1+Q2 2018
2,301 in Q1+Q2 2017
3,139 in 2017
5,096 in 2016
Funding required: $25.39 B
Funding received: $8.71 B
Unmet requirements: 16.68 B
People in need: 134.0 M
People to receive aid: 96.2 M
Countries affected: 40
Cross-border movement of Afghans continued to increase compared with last few weeks. This week, the repatriation of registered Afghan refugees and return of undocumented Afghans matched pre-Ramadan figures of early May.
Some 90% (1,109 individuals) of the undocumented returnees were provided with needs-based assistance while 98% (586 individuals) of the registered Afghan refugee returnees were provided with cash assistance.
One of the main drivers of humanitarian needs in Afghanistan in 2018 was displacement due to conflict with more 133,000 people forced from their homes due to fighting. Many of these people remain in displacement across the country, as conflict prevents them from returning to their areas of origin.
Almost 25,000 Afghan citizens returned from Pakistan to Afghanistan in 2018. While the number of returnees is less than the same period last year, a larger influx from Pakistan is expected in the second half of the year.
In the framework of the EU-TUR Statement. Source: Press Releases, Greek Ministry of Citizen Protection.
The majority of those returned to Turkey are Pakistani nationals (40 per cent of total). Syrians constitute 18 per cent of the total number of those returned, and are followed by Algerians, Bangladeshis and Afghans.
In total, 290 Syrians have been returned to Turkey to date. 27 of them have been returned on the basis that their asylum claims were found inadmissible at 2nd instance.
Cross-border movement of Afghans resumed this week after Eid holidays. Repatriation of registered Afghan refugees and return of undocumented Afghans marked significant increase compared to the week of 10 to 16 June.
Some 90% (354 individuals) of the undocumented returnees were provided with needs-based assistance while 98% (165 individuals) of the registered Afghan refugee returnees were provided with cash assistance.