HUMAN ACCESS participates in a workshop to evaluate voluntary return program
As part of the Refugee Health Project, which is implemented by HUMAN ACCESS and funded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), a team from Kharaz and Al Basateen in Aden and Lahj governorates attended a special workshop evaluating the voluntary return program. The program is one of the durable solutions available to refugees wishing to return to their countries of origin or their usual residence.
UNHCR's Aden office organized the workshop, moderated by Jesper Vidal, who heads the voluntary return program. This workshop sought to evaluate the program for the past year and determine the direction of work in 2023 so that deficiencies were avoided and strengths could be built upon, as well as discuss how to renew and develop performance for refugees who have been cut off from their homelands.
Last year, HUMAN ACCESS, with the support of UNHCR, provided humanitarian assistance for the voluntary return of refugees from Yemen, including many women and children. Through a range of services offered to refugees, including medical examinations, applicants for travel can determine whether their health is capable of bearing travel burdens.
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