Pakistan: Humanitarian Dashboard as of 5 August 2012
Population Displacement in KP/FATA:
• Pakistan’s north-western areas of Khyber Pakthunkhwa (KP) and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) are experiencing a complex emergency characterized by significant population movements as a result of security operations against non-state armed groups as well as sectarian violence.
• As of 5 August 2012, more than 741,000 people remained displaced across KP and FATA – 11 per cent in three camps (Jalozai, Togh Sarai and New Durrani) and 89 per cent in host communities. Significant humanitarian needs persist. More than 361,000 individuals have been displaced from FATA to KP since January and more than 39,000 individuals are estimated to have returned to safe places in FATA since January.
• Displaced families returning to various parts of FATA from KP require humanitarian assistance to facilitate their reintegration into their communities
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