Community Response Map

1. Personal details of the returnee
Date of Birth: 
Tuesday, June 13, 1995
Type of Returnee: 
Project Code: 
IOM Case Number: 
UK-Forced 1,405
Level of Education: 
High School
Country of Departure: 
United Kingdom
Departure Date: 
Thursday, August 31, 2017
Interview Date: 
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
If applicable: type of reintegration assistance (tick all that apply): 
Job placement
Interview Method: 
In person
City / Area of Return: 
Length of absence from the Country of Origin: 
Less than 5 years
2. Overall situation after return – crosscutting issues
2.1. Do you have access to basic shelter, essential food and potable water? : 
2.2. As a returnee, having access to public services and social security schemes is for you: : 
The same
2.3. In comparison with the situation before you left – how do you perceive the current situation in your home country now?
2.3.a Economic situation : 
2.3.b Health system: 
2.3.c Infrastructure and basic services: 
2.3.d Housing access: 
2.3.e Social and cultural life: 
The same
2.3.f Public safety/Security: 
The same
2.3.g Education opportunities: 
3. Reintegration into the economic sphere
3.1. As a returnee, having access to employment is for you: : 
The same
3.2. Please clarify your current status (tick all that apply): : 
I am employed
3.3. How are you able to support yourself now? (tick all that apply): 
3.4. Is the income enough to support yourself and/or a member of your family/community?: 
Yes, myself and other people. – How many? Please specify monthly income. USD
3.4 How Much: 
350 USD per month.
4. Access to basic public services
4.1. As a returnee, having access to medical services, housing/accommodation, education for you or your children (if applicable): 
The same
4.2. Are you satisfied with your access to medical services, houses/accommodation, education for you or your children (if applic: 
Yes, completely
5. Social reintegration
5.1. How did your family/friends react to your return?: 
5.2. Have your family/friends played any role in facilitating your reintegration in your region of origin?: 
I dont know
5.3. Have you experienced any difficulties in readapting to the local culture, customs, and norms in your community?: 
5.4. Do you feel that you will be able to rely on your family/community in the future?: 
6. Delivery of reintegration assistance in the country of origin
6.1. How long did it take from the moment you returned until you met with IOM staff with regards to the provision of your reinte: 
More than one month
6.1 Please explain: 
Finding employment was time taking.
6.2. Was it easy for you to contact the IOM office (in person/by phone)?: 
6.3. Has the distribution of the in-kind reintegration assistance already started?: 
Partly, payments are still on-going
6.4. Have you encountered any problems with the delivery of the reintegration assistance? : 
No problem
7. Final questions/recommendations made by the returnee
7.2. How satisfied are you with your overall current situation? : 
Satisfied – ( go to question 7.6)
7.6. How would you assess the impact of the reintegration assistance in meeting your basic needs during the first months upon re: 
Average, the reintegration assistance has met part of my basic needs
7.6 Please explain: 
The reintegration assistance amount is very low and for a very short period.
7.7. How would you assess the impact of the reintegration assistance on your self-sufficiency (i.e. to be able to satisfy your n: 
Average, I will require some specific assistance from exernal sources
7.7 Please explain: 
I will need some assistance from the external sources for housing.
7.9. Where do you see yourself living in the future?: 
In the current place of return
7.11. Please give general feedback and suggestions how your reintegration process could have been improved.: 
No suggestion from the returnee.
8. Assessment by IOM Reintegration Staff in country of origin
8.2. Additional comments: : 
IOM Kabul monitoring team have visited the employer's office and found the returnee present in his job location. The returnee was happy of his employment and he said that he will continue his job with the same employer as he is comfortable in his job and also receiving enough amount as remuneration. The supervisor of the returnee was also happy of the returnee's performance and was satisfied with his managing skills. IOM Kabul monitoring team recommends releasing the 2nd and 3rd tranche of salary subsidy in one installment as it has been more than two months since he received his first tranche of salary subsidy. The reason for the delay of the 2nd tranche was that the supervisor of the returnee was out of country and the returnee didn't get time to apply for his 2nd tranche of salary subsidy on time.
Monitoring photo 2: 
Photo Description 1: 
Mr. Saif in his office
Photo Description 2: 
Mr. Safi (on right) with his supervisor