Afghan government tackles displacement as millions face eviction

War has forced millions to flee their homes but a housing project aims to improve conditions for displaced Afghans.

    Conflict has displaced millions of Afghans, many of whom have lived in squalid camps for decades, and face the threat of eviction.

    But the government in Afghanistan has embarked on an ambitious project across several provinces which aims to properly house and register them.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports from Jalalabad.


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