North Waziristan Agency (NWA) Displacement
National Humanitarian Network (NHN) Updates as of 25-7-2014
EESAAR Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Programme
NHN IDPs Qaumi Committee Activities
Monsoon Weather Situation Report as of 26-7-2014
4 day Weather Forecast 28th July-31st July, 2014
Weather Update Map of Pakistan as of 28-7-2014
Temperature Situation Update Map of Pakistan as of 28-7-2014
Recent security situation in North Waziristan Agency (NWA) in Pakistan has led to the displacement of thousands of people to surrounding districts in Paktika and Khost province in Afghanistan. As of 15 July, 12,340 of the original estimate of 13,0001 displaced families had been assessed. From 16 to 25 July an additional 3,028 families were assessed and reported by UNHCR.
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The average retail price of wheat and wheat flour in May, declined by 9 and 6 percent respectively, compared to the previous month. However,
prices are still higher by 12 and 11 percent respectively compared to a year ago.
Some improvement was observed in the purchasing capacity of low income, unskilled wage earners due to improvement in their terms‐of‐trade
(ToT) as a result of a decrease in wheat flour prices.
Headline CPI on a yearly basis increased by 8.3 percent, while CPI for food rose by 7.4 percent.
GULAN CAMP, Afghanistan, July 28 (UNHCR) – She walked for three days and three nights. Her daughters-in-law have boils and calluses on their feet from the long trek and are relieved to be treated in the camp clinic. Gul lifts her salwar – loose pleated trousers – to show a scar forming on her heel and says, "at least I am alive. My children and grandchildren are alive and we are safe."
UNFPA, together with the Network for Human and Social Development, is supporting the Government to ensure that pregnant women are able to safely deliver and providing women with essential hygiene supplies.
BANNU: Minister for State and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) Abdul Qadir Baloch said on Monday that the government had decided to pay Rs400,000 for each house destroyed during Operation Zarb-e-Azb in North Waziristan.
Addressing the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPS) here, Baloch added that Rs50,000 would also be paid to the affected people for their return and ration. He clarified that the funds will only be released to the head of each household.
This update is produced by National Humanitarian Network which aims to provide a brief overview of IDPs situation on daily basis. The information below is provided by NHN KP/FATA chapter in coordination with partner organizations from KP/FATA.