Size and Sociodemographic characteristics of the Afghan refugee population in Pakistan

@article{Yusuf1990SizeAS,
  title={Size and Sociodemographic characteristics of the Afghan refugee population in Pakistan},
  author={F Yusuf},
  journal={Journal of Biosocial Science},
  year={1990},
  volume={22},
  pages={269 - 279}
}
  • F. Yusuf
  • Published 1 July 1990
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Biosocial Science
Summary Some recent data are presented on the size and selected sociodemographic characteristics of the Afghan refugee population in Pakistan. Although the official figures show that there were 3·27 million registered Afghan refugees in Pakistan, it is estimated that the actual number may be as high as 3·6 million. There is an excess of females over males, mainly due to war-related activities and excessive casualties particularly among males. While infant and childhood mortality rates are… 

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