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AliceGhan IDP camp

Ahmad Zai (l) came back from Pakistan after AliceGhan opened and now lives here with his wife and seven children.

 

He remembers the early days when there was no electricity and water was only available twice a week.

 

But now there is power and a regular water supply, he has high hopes for the future.

 

UNDP and the Australian Government are improving life and job prospects for the 300 residents of AliceGhan, a camp for internally displaced people (IDPs) about an hour’s drive from Kabul.

 

Over the rest of 2016, we'll be building latrines, kitchens and boundary walls. We’ll also be equipping more than 100 women with marketable skills.

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Taken on August 16, 2016