About the Ministry

Vision: To ensure volunteer and gradual repatriation of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), and to ensure proper livelihood and legal condition for their re-integration by joint efforts with related governmental and nongovernmental organizations.

Goal: To ensure honorable volunteer and gradual repatriation of refugees, their resettling and re-integration, capacity building, finding solution for unemployment, providing facilities for professional training, and legal support provision according to International laws (Universal declaration of human rights, international convention of 1951, protocol of 1967, universal agreements and tripartite agreements between Afghanistan, host countries and UNHCR).

Mission: The MoRR, based on its strategic goals, tries to provide the Afghan repatriates and IDPs opportunity of settling and to get initial re-integration support, including legal support, employment opportunity and professional-technical training in their place if origin.

This Ministry has obligated itself, based on negotiations with host countries, UNHCR, and IOM, to ensure repatriation of Afghan refugees both from neighboring and other countries, on volunteer basis, gradual, safe and honorable repatriation to the country of origin.

After the initial assistance during the course of reintegration, MoRR is trying its best to re-integrate millions of repatriates and IDPs and provide opportunity for their active participation in the process of rehabilitation, reconstruction of their settling areas, stabilization of their socio-economic condition and finally for the reconstruction of the country.

Strengthening cooperation and coordination in activities of related governmental and international agencies like UNHCR and IOM concerning the process of providing services in their places of origin after their reintegration.

Besides provision of settling, capacity building of staff is one of the top priorities in MoRR, The Ministry has five top priorities:

  • Volunteer and gradual repatriation
  • legal support to the repatriated with for example ownership of land
  • solutions on employment and vocational training, initial support to re-integration
  • building capacity among staff
  •  establishing and construction of basic infrastructures like: health clinics; schools; bridges and culverts; water resources; roads; and other essential needs in residential areas of repatriates in close cooperation with government related and International organizations.