Central & South Asia

Since 2001, RET has directly supported more than 829,000 direct participants in Central & South Asia, 40% of them are vulnerable women and indirectly benefitted 4.1 Mio indirect participants throughout 124 projects.

RET ist seit 2001 in Zentral- und Südasien aktiv und arbeitet mit afghanischen Gemeinschaften in Pakistan, der nordwestlichen Grenzprovinz, Belutschistan, den Stammesgebiete unter Bundesverwaltung und vielen Provinzen Afghanistans, darunter Kabul, Parwan, Pandschschir, Badakshan, Kundus und Balch.  In der Rohingya-Krise unterstützt RET die Arbeit von örtlichen NGOs in Bangladesch.

Aufgrund der regionalen Spannungen und anhaltenden Krisensituationen in Afghanistan wie auch in Bangladesch sieht RET zudem Länder wie Iran, Pakistan, Jemen, Tadschikistan und Usbekistan gefährdet. Die Lage in diesen Ländern wird von RET aufmerksam beobachtet, um im Notfall unverzüglich intervenieren zu können.

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RET has been active in Central & South Asia since 2001 working with Afghan communities in Pakistan and is currently working in Afghanistan & supporting local NGO’s with the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh.

RET has been active in Central & South Asia since 2001, working with Afghan communities in Pakistan, (NW Frontier Province, Baluchistan, FATA) and throughout many provinces in Afghanistan, including (Kabul, Parwan, Panshir, Badakshan, Kunduz, Balkh) among others. With the Rohingya crisis, RET has been supporting the work of local NGOs in Bangladesh.

Given the tension in the region and the protracted crises in Afghanistan and Bangladesh, countries such as Iran, Pakistan, Yemen, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan are of concern to RET. They are closely monitored to ensure prompt action if intervention is required.