According to information received from these camp leaders the Afghan Government is not supporting the education of children directly, but they coordinate and organize the aids coming from variety of NGOs. These NGOs include the following:
· Pamlarina (local)
· German institution
· Don’t know
· Solidarity (local)
· Ashiana (local)
The NGOs with support of the Afghan Government implemented the following types of aid projects:
· Educational project
· Cash delivery
· Educational project and food
· Winter package (warm clothes)
· Health, medical treatment and checkup
· Professional courses (practically)
· Local job creation Leveling project
The following are examples of the project implemented in these internally displaced comps:
1) Ashiana, this org built a class and hired a teacher to teach our children, feed them, besides, they were helping the families (wheat, oil). Nowadays, the mentioned org is just helping the teacher to teach the class and feed the children.
2) In the past, the WFP org was distributing food, but this year we got paid.
3) They prepared professional classes (plumbing, carpentry, tailoring and motorbike repairing) (practically), besides, they helped them with wheat, pea, rice, oil and bean.
4) At the beginning of the winter season, the families got paid.
5) They taught our children.
6) Pamlarina, this org pays us to smooth the alley.
7) Their package had wheat, oil and bean
8) We have specific place for doctor, and the doctors come here every day to help the people.
9) They were teaching our children, feed them at lunch and some biscuit.
10) Winter package (coal, wheat, firewood)
Some NGOs are giving cash for them to spend. For example, at the beginning of the winter season, 7000 AFN cash distributed to each family, others create jobs in the camp for them like leveling the roads inside the comp and get paid. The winter package at the beginning of the winter season is also cash and includes 6900 AFN to each family. Most of these aid packages are seasonal and short term between 3 months to one year. However, there are projects that have been providing help for 3 - 7 years. It is evident from the interview that most of these aid projects are for food, shelter, health and other essential needs of the population. The education projects are limited and not consistent.
Information collected from the Government Official sours did not deviate in principal from the information gathered from the leaders of the camps and described very similar picture. However, information received from the Government was very professional and described the projects in more precise terms. It seems that the Government of Afghanistan is very much organized and provide good service to the community. They have a committee of donors and NGOs that is constantly analyzes the needs of the population and act accordingly.