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Assistant Secretary Schwartz Tours the Jalozai Internally Displaced Persons Camp
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Assistant Secretary Schwartz Tours the Jalozai Internally Displaced Persons Camp
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration Eric Schwartz tours the Jalozai Internally Displaced Persons camp for conflict-affected Pakistanis on October 9, 2010, near Peshawar, Pakistan. Assistant Secretary Schwartz traveled to Pakistan from October 8-10, 2010. There, he discussed with Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik issues relating to Afghan refugees, some 1.6 million of whom are registered in Pakistan. He expressed the American people’s appreciation for Pakistan’s tolerance toward this community. He also announced an additional $1 million contribution to the Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas (RAHA) initiative, a joint Pakistan government/UN program that provides support both to the refugees and the Pakistani communities that host them. While in Pakistan, he also visited the Jalozai camp near Peshawar, which hosts approximately 97,000 Pakistanis who have been displaced by conflict. The United States has provided over $280 million in assistance to this group of vulnerable Pakistanis in 2010. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]
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