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Alumni Update: Eman Hassan (IDHA 40)

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Eman Hassan (IDHA 40), Resettlement Support Center (RSC) Supervisor, South Asia for International Organization for Migration (IOM), recently shared with us details about her ongoing work in Nepal. Eman is currently working in Damak, a small town located in the south east of Nepal, for the resettlement program for the refugees in South Asia region. The RSC processes the cases of refugees in Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and India who will be resettled to third countries. In her role as RSC Supervisor, Eman is responsible for the cases of refugees who will be resettled to the USA. Despite the recent earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25th, the RSC did not stop the resettlement process at any time, resuming work immediately from Monday, April 27 until the present time, in order not to disrupt the cases or affect the refugees. In addition to this specific response to refugee resettlement, IOM is also responding to the Nepal earthquake by delivering aid to affected areas.

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