Goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie made her second visit to Kabul, Afghanistan Wednesday and urged that more attention be paid to the reintegration of Afghan refugees.
During her 2-day trip, the Oscar-winning actress met displaced people and refugee returnees struggling to survive and reintegrate -- almost 10 years after returning to Afghanistan after years of exile.
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"It's clear traveling through the country that what needs to be done is a very focused approach in places of return. We need to revisit the idea of what return is and the difference between just returning and reintegrating," said Jolie, who last visited Afghanistan for the UN in 2008.
"The focus needs to be put now on reintegration, and that means not just putting up shelter but making sure there is water, job opportunities, a school for the children and medical clinics," added Jolie.
For more on her visit, go to UNHCR.org