UNHCR officials say that the organization is trying to provide facilities to refugees in the fields of education and health.
According to the details, a workshop was organized by UNHCR in Quetta for media journalism students on awareness of the rights of Afghan refugees and their problems.
In the workshop organized in the conference hall of the Department of Communication, University of Balochistan, the journalists of the province were informed about the rights of Afghan refugees, their problems and UNHCR's initiatives for refugees.
Officials of the organization said that 314,000 refugees are registered in UNHCR and effective measures are being taken for their welfare, especially in the field of education and health.
They were also informed about the steps taken by UNHCR to help the flood victims.
On this occasion, senior journalist Iqbal Khattak spoke about various journalistic techniques while emphasizing the importance of reporting on refugees.
UNHCR's Protection Officer Lisa Kidjoy and other representatives also participated in the workshop, besides journalists from various media organizations also participated.
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