The UK government has said £5m will be made accessible to nearby gatherings in England, Scotland and Wales that are offering to house Afghans who worked for the UK and presently face dangers from the Taliban.
The cash will be utilized to offer help, including lodging, to the individuals who have worked for the public authority, for instance as interpreters, and are going to the UK under the Afghanistan Relocations and Assistance Policy (ARAP).
The exiles will likewise be offered the main portion of a Covid antibody and admittance to psychological well-being support.
The plan was dispatched recently after the public authority reported it was pulling out troops from Afghanistan. Since Saturday, 1,615 individuals have been cleared to the UK – including 402 Afghan nationals who are under the ARAP program.
A different resettlement plot has been set up to move up to 20,000 weak Afghan nationals.