Recovery and Reconstruction

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28 Apr 2016 description


The Education Cluster planned to support the education of 204,000 children of which 93,840 girls in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA during 2016.

By March 2016, the cluster managed to reach 51,952 children including 20,678 girls in camps, off-camps and in areas of return in KP and FATA.

The Education Cluster is developing a monsoon contingency plan 2016 for effective and efficient humanitarian preparedness and response.

27 Apr 2016 description


Key Findings and Recommendations:

An Inter-Cluster Assessment Mission was conducted to Orakzai Agency from 8 to 13 April 2016 to assess the situation in a sample of recently denotified villages. An estimated 15,000 IDP families from Aa Khel, Mulla Khel, Chapri Feroz Khel, Mishti Hindara and Mishti Gawak tribes are expected to return to these areas starting 20 April 2016. Approximately 2,800 families will return in the first phase through the Jerma embarkation point in Kohat.

26 Apr 2016 description


KARACHI: A latest study says climate change induced disasters and left negative impacts on psychology and behaviour of people, in particular women, who bore the major brunt of various disasters that struck Sindh in recent years.

“There is evidence that shows interlinkages between climate change, health and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR),” says the study titled ‘Understanding climate change, impact on women’s reproductive health: Post-disaster interventions in Sindh’.

06 Apr 2016 description

Executive Summary

Contributing donors

In 2015, PHPF received a total contribution of US$8.8 million from SIDA ($5.7 million) and DFID ($3 million). This represented a significant increase from $4.9 million in 2014. In addition, $1.4 million in funding was rolled over from 2014 to 2015.

04 Apr 2016 description
report IRIN

By Kamila Hyat PESHAWAR/PAKISTAN, 4 April 2016

Pakistan’s military says it’s in the final phase of operations to clear militants from areas near the Afghanistan border, and the government plans to return those displaced by the fighting by the end of this year. But people who fled are reluctant to go home, saying that compensation offered by the government isn’t nearly enough to rebuild their lives.

04 Apr 2016 description


  • Most remaining IDPs are expected to return to FATA in 2016.

  • With over 1.5 million remain- ing registered Afghan refu- gees, Pakistan constitutes the world’s largest protracted refugee situation.

  • Female-headed households have more dif culty access- ing assistance due to a lack of documentation and cultural restrictions.

  • Displacement and natural disasters compound already high rates of food insecurity in Pakistan.

31 Mar 2016 description


An inter-Cluster assessment mission was conducted to Ladha, Sararogha,
Sarwakai, and Tiarza Tehsils South Waziristan Agency (SWA) from 10 to 13 February 2016. The mission visited eight recently de-notified villages. The Government plans to facilitate the return of some 30,000 IDPs to these areas.

Key findings and recommendations

29 Mar 2016 description

Pakistan Food Security Cluster / Working Group continue to play its role in better humanitarian response and providing latest facts and figures using in-depth analysis and latest assessments/surveys for multiple types of emergencies (IDPs/TDPs/Returnees, Floods, Earthquake) for food security and agriculture/ livelihood. The FSC products are seen as substantially helping the FSC members to build the affected people back to normal situation after disaster through strategized approaches for better and improved humanitarian response.

25 Mar 2016 description


  • UN releases 2016 Pakistan HSP requesting $442 million in assistance

  • GoP to resettle 96 percent of all remaining IDPs countrywide in 2016

  • Sindh drought conditions impact crops and livestock

  • 220,000 people return to NWA since March 2015


25 Mar 2016 description

Returns have been halted since 18 February. It is expected that all returns will resume in mid-April. There are 151 newly denotified villages in Kurram Agency and up to 14,000 families will return to those areas. New Durrani camp will likely close following these returns. Pre-registration for return to South Waziristan Agency (SWA) has started for 30,000 families. The Government has informed that all of Orakzai Agency will be denotified shortly allowing the return of over 15,000 families. In addition over 49,000 non-registered families have returned in the past year.

09 Mar 2016 description

Overview of Displacement, Returns and Most Pressing Needs:

There are currently over 178,000 registered displaced families in KP/FATA, a majority of whom are from North Waziristan and South Waziristan Agency.

Regarding returns, the total number of families who signed a Voluntary Return Form (VRF) is over 125,000. Of this number, 17% are families headed by a female. It shall be noted, however, that even though people signed a VRF, this does not mean that they have actually returned to their places of origin.

02 Mar 2016 description

ISLAMABAD: The Government of Japan today announced a total contribution of US$ 16 million to UN Development Programme (UNDP), UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), World Food Programme (WFP) and UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) agencies in Pakistan.

That includes a total of US$ 13 million to support Returnees in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and US$3 million to support Afghan Refugees.

28 Feb 2016 description


An inter-Cluster assessment mission was conducted to Mir Ali Tehsil in North Waziristan Agency (NWA) from 26–29 January 2016. The mission covered a sample of six out of the ten villages that were recently de-notified by authorities. The Government has planned to facilitate the return of some 5,000 to 7,000 families to these areas.

Key findings

• An estimated 10 per cent of private houses were damaged due conflict and 1.5 years of weather damage.

28 Feb 2016 description


An inter-Cluster assessment mission was conducted to the Sipah area of Bara Tehsil in Khyber Agency on 2 February, 2016. The mission visited Haji Abad where discusions were held with the Military, FDMA, male and female returnees, and community elders. Visits were also conducted to nearby communities and agricultural areas where damages were observed. The Government has planned and is facilitating the return of over 7,000 families to these areas.

Key findings

28 Feb 2016 description

QUETTA: UNHCR’s Assistant High Commissioner Mr. George Okoth-Obbo stressed the need for concerted efforts by all stakeholders to empower youth through education and skills development as an essential element of stability and sustainable development.

22 Feb 2016 description

During the week of 12 - 18 February, 488 families returned to North Waziristan Agency (NWA). The protection cluster conducted a return intention survey of displaced families from SWA. Ninety seven per cent of the respondents indicated that they are willing to return while three per cent said they had no intention to return. Sixty one per cent are ready to go immediately while 24% would like to return after one month.

19 Feb 2016 description

Mr. Neil Buhne, the Humanitarian Coordinator for Pakistan, and humanitarian donors representing Canada and Sweden respectively, visited return areas in Bara, Khyber Agency, on 18 February, 2016. The objective of the visit was to observe the delivery of humanitarian assistance to returnees and meet officials and implementing partners of the Pakistan Humanitarian Pooled Fund (PHPF) in order to identify any gaps in assistance which can be bridged with donor support.