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At 31 December 1994, 86,100 refugees and asylum-seekers from Bhutan, largely of ethnic Nepalese origin, were registered and assisted by UNHCR in eight camps in the south-eastern districts of Jhapa and Morang in Nepal. According to Nepalese authorities, another 17,100 asylum-seekers were living in Nepal unassisted. The assisted population is composed of entire family groups and presents a balanced proportion of both sexes of all age groups. Because extended family support is usually high there are virtually no unaccompanied minors. Most of the camp population is made up of subsistence farmers with little or no education, although there is a significant number of highly educated professionals and civil servants. Most children had previously attended schools in Bhutan and therefore are by and large literate. Eleven persons of various nationalities recognized under the UNHCR mandate represent the urban refugee group in Kathmandu. Furthermore, during the course of 1994, a total of 2,542 other refugees and asylum-seekers from neighbouring countries also were assisted by UNHCR while transiting through Nepal.

UNHCR ,   (1996 )
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Official Document in English
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 UNHCR : Refugees and Migration
13.01.00  -  Protection Of And Assistance To Refugees And Displaced Persons
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