- WFP: Pakistan Food Security Bulletin, Issue 6, January - June 2017
- UNICEF Pakistan: Humanitarian Situation Report, 1 January – 30 June 2017
- Govt. Pakistan: Polio Update, June 2017
Appeals & Funding
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017 - South Asia
- IOM Humanitarian Compendium
- Country-based Pooled Fund: 2016
- Pakistan: Floods and Heavy Snowfalls - Jan 2017
- Pakistan: Floods and Landslides - Jun 2016
- Pakistan: Floods and Landslides - Mar 2016
- Afghanistan/Pakistan: Earthquake - Oct 2015
- Pakistan: Floods - Apr 2015
- Pakistan: Floods - Sep 2014
- Pakistan: Drought - 2014-2017
- Pakistan: Polio Outbreak - 2014-2017
- Pakistan: Dengue Outbreak - Oct 2013
- Pakistan: Earthquakes - Sep 2013
Armed groups force clinics to close and deny civilians access to health care to pressure NGOs to provide more trauma care for their combat-wounded.
Doctors and medical professionals are under threat across the country by armed groups and criminal gangs.
Cash assistance exceeded US$9.5 million in the first four months of the year.
Displaced families in Taloqan face a difficult life as solidarity in the host community wears thin.
From January to 13 July 2017, nearly 193,000 people have been displaced by conflict in Afghanistan, up by 10,000 compared with the previous week.
All 3,200 displaced people who fled Mirzawolang village to Sar-e-Pul City after the recent attack on their village are being assisted with cash, food and emergency household items.
An eight-month project aimed at integrating 24,000 undocumented Afghan returnees from Pakistan was launched in Jalalabad, Nangarhar, by DRC-DDG with funding from the Canadian Government.
Repatriation of registered Afghan refugees to Afghanistan was 6% less this week compared to last week’s figure of 1,731. Return of undocumented Afghans increased by 5% compared to 1,885 individuals that returned between 23 and 29 July 2017.
Some 96% (1,898 individuals) of the undocumented returnees were provided with needs-based assistance while 97% (1,576 individuals) of the registered Afghan refugee returnees were provided with cash assistance.
The Asia-Pacific region is one of the most disaster-prone areas in the world, with frequently occurring natural disasters including earthquakes, tsunamis, tropical storms, flooding, landslides and volcanic eruptions affecting millions of people every year.
• Strong commitment from field leadership and operational actors on NWOW needs to be backed by unified direction from headquarters. There is a need for a clear roadmap from the UNDG and IASC to move forward systemically.
Repatriation of registered Afghan refugees to Afghanistan decreased by 20% compared to last week’s figure of 2,166. Similarly, the return of undocumented Afghans decreased by 13% compared to 2,162 individuals that returned between 16 and 22 July 2017. Some 91% (1,724 individuals) of the undocumented returnees were provided with needs-based assistance while 98% (1,704 individuals) of the registered Afghan refugee returnees were provided with cash assistance.
Countrywide Conflict Displacement
From January to end of July, more than 173,000 people were driven from their homes in Afghanistan due to conflict, up by 5,400 people from last week. Overall, displacements are around 15 per cent less compared to the same period in 2016. Currently, families have been displaced from 255 out of 399 districts and sought safety and shelter in 172 districts. More than 70 humanitarian organizations are providing assistance to displaced families across the country.
ProCap aims to strengthen the collaborative response of protection agencies and non-protection mandated organisations. To do this, it deploys senior personnel with proven protection expertise at field, regional and global operations and trains mid-level protection staff from standby partners and humanitarian organisations. The Project objectives and activities are guided by the 2014-2016 ProCap Strategy.
Project Governance / Management
Launched in 2005, ProCap aims to enhance the humanitarian system’s protection response through the deployment of Senior Protection Advisers and the delivery of inter-agency protection capacity trainings. The strategic direction of the project is reviewed regularly to ensure that it responds to changing needs and gaps within the international humanitarian response. An external evaluation in 2007, a Strategic Review in 2009, and an external evaluation in 2011 all confirmed the continued relevance of the project.
Who we are
The Protection Standby Capacity Project (ProCap) is an inter-agency initiative created in 2005 in collaboration with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), which seeks to build global protection capacity and enhance the humanitarian system’s protection response.