Afghanistan

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1. Personal details of the returnee
IOM Case Number: 
AVR-SF-Denmark-02
Project Code: 
RT.1305.AF10.21.04.001
Date: 
September 27, 2017
Interview Method: 
In person
Completed: 
Yes
2. Reintegration measures implemented
Reintegration measures implemented (tick all that apply): 
Business set-up
Did someone else take part in the decision on how to use the available reintegration assistance? (tick all that apply): 
Family
Please comment: 
My family and relatives were involved in the decision making.
Have you gained any qualifications, skills or experiences abroad that you would not have gained in your home country: 
No – please precise why
Please precise: 
My health situation didn't allow me to gain skills or experiences and I didn't have legal permission from the government to work.
Business set-up
Please specify activity: 
Bakery
Currency: 
USD
Amount received: 
2,816
Business Status: 
operational
If Operational: 
Partnership
Did you change your business or its status after your received the assistance (from partnership to single business for instance): 
No
Please comment: 
The returnee has started her business in partnership and yet she is running the same business and there is no change in the business.
How much income does the business generate for you per month?: 
Amount
Currency: 
USD
Amount: 
210
Are you able to make savings from your generated income?: 
No
Is the business employing staff?: 
Yes
If Yes, number of Existing Jobs: 
3
Overall Impressions on the progress of the activity: 
The business has employed 3 staff and they are working in the preparation of bakery materials and baking breads.
Business Start: Apart from iom assistance what other funds were used to open the business?: 
Borrowing-support from family and relatives
Comments (eg: how much did the returnee contributed himself to the business?): 
3,181 USD was contributed by the returnee and she received that amount by borrowing and support from the relatives.
Business Impact: Impact on beneficiary family and community? : 
Business profitable
General remarks: 
The business is running well and it is creating profit for the returnee through which she can cover some of her daily livelihood expenses.
Any problems encountered with delivery of IOM reintegration: 
No
Further assistance required?: 
Yes
Additional funds needed for?: 
Expanding the business further and medical support for the returnee.
Comments: 
The returnee is running his business but the business income can not cover her expenses fully.
3. Final remarks
Was the project flexible enough to take into account your specific situation (age, sex, family, education, etc.)? : 
Yes, please specify
Please specify: 
The project considered my age and health situation.
Do you consider that you received sufficient relevant information before you returned? : 
Yes
What are your long term goals/future plans? : 
I don't have any specific plan yet
Would you need to meet/discuss again to keep following up the implementation of your reintegration plan? : 
Yes
Please explain why:: 
My business income is very low and I don't have any other source of income and the income cannot cover my expenses.
IOM comments: 
IOM Kabul monitoring have visited the returnee's business location and found the business operational. Due to the cultural problems and health condition of the returnee; she cannot physically attend the business and she authorized her nephew for running her business. The returnee is not happy of her current overall situation as she is taking regular medicine and her business income cannot cover her overall expenses.
Photo
Photo Description 1: 
Mr. Hamid (Authorized person by the returnee for running the business / on right) and the business partner.
Photo Description 2: 
The returnee with her nephew/Authorized person by the returnee for running the business.
Business Setup Update: