UNHCR plans to launch socio-economic survey of people of concern in Kasai Oriental


Mbuji-Mayi, November 22nd, 2021 (CPA) .- The High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), plans to launch in the next few days a socio-economic survey of internally displaced persons and returnees from Angola, under its responsibility mandate in the province of Kasai Oriental. Ali Mahamat, head of the UNHCR sub-delegation based in Kananga in Kasai Central, announced to the press at the end of the audience that the interim provincial governor, Ms. Jeannette Longa Muswamba recently granted him in her cabinet of work in the provincial governorate. On this occasion, he handed over to the provincial authority a batch of equipment against Covid-19, including 2,000 single-use protective masks. The question related to the biometric enrollment of populations, is to know the number of internally displaced persons and returnees from Angola as well as part of the local population is a concern of this body of the United Nations system, has t -he says. Ms. Jeannette Longa Muswamba was also informed of the forthcoming organization in Mbuji-Mayi, of a validation workshop of the roadmap for the fight against statelessness with a view to its implementation in Kasai Oriental, at the like the provinces of Kasai and Kasai Central. She expressed her satisfaction, highlighting the fact that the delivery of materials to fight against Covid-19, will help control the pandemic, before promising her support in all UNHCR activities.