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Humanitarian Implementation Plan (HIP) Pakistan (ECHO/PAK/BUD/2014/91000) Last update: 30/07/2014 Version 2

AMOUNT: EUR 45 000 000

0 . MAJOR CHANGES SINCE PREVIOUS VERSION OF THE HIP

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Pakistan: Daily Emergency and Response Situational Information Report, 27th Aug 2014

Update includes the following:

  • North Waziristan Displacement Updates

  • PDMA Khyber Pakhtukhwa Updates as of 27-8-2014

  • Esaar-e-Pakhtunkhwa Program

  • Sindh Updates

  • Drought Updates

  • Daily Health Report of District Tharparkar as on 27-8-2014

  • Situation Alert: Thar, Kohistan declared drought-hit

  • Nationwide Updates

  • PIMA –Hygiene Improvement Project (HIP) Updates

  • Protection Cluster Meeting Minutes Updates as of 18-08-2014

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Pakistan Emergency Situational Analysis - District Naushahro Feroze, August 2014

Foreword

Timely response to a disaster may save precious human lives and reduce economic costs. However, natural disasters, typically, occur unexpectedly. Consequently, in most cases, the afflicted population lacks the necessary tools and capacity to handle such tragic occurrences and the devastation is manifold more than it should be.

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Esaar-e-Pakhtunkhwa Program (27 August 2014)

Under the Esaar-e-Pakhtunkhwa Program, as of 27th August 2014 at 01:40 PM, 47,688 families of NWA have received their Cash payment of 1st Installment @ Rs.8000/- successfully. A total of Rs.381.51 Millions have been disbursed so far. Under the Esaar-e-Pakhtunkhwa Program, all the registered verified families of NWA will be provided with Rs.23,000/. (Ramadan Package Rs.5,000, Rs.3,000/- monthly house rent).

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Pakistan: Daily Emergency and Response Situational Information Report, 15th Aug 2014

Update includes the following:

  • North Waziristan Agency (NWA) Displacement
  • PDMA Khyber Pakhtukhwa Updates as of 15-8-2014
  • Esaar-e-Pakhtunkhwa Program
  • Sindh Updates
  • Drought Updates
  • Details of Death reported by DHO Tharparkar on 15-8-2014
  • Monsoon Updates-2014
  • Heavy rains leave 16 dead, 80 injured in District Peshawar, KP
  • Monsoon Weather Situation Report as of 15-8-2014
  • 4 day Weather Forecast 16th – 18th Aug, 2014
  • Weather Update Map of Pakistan as of 16-8-2014
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Pakistan: North Waziristan Displacements Situation Report No. 9 (as of 7 August 2014)

The civilian authorities expect another outflow of some 25,000 displaced people, following an extension of the military operations. Many of them are expected to be members of already displaced families.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Pakistan Emergency Situational Analysis - District Kashmore, July 2014

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1.1 Introduction

1.1.1 History

The district Kashmore was created on 13-12-2004 by bifurcating district Jacobabad into two parts. Earlier Jacobabad had five talukas, and after bifurcation, three Talukas namely Thull, Garhi Khero and Jacobabad were included in district Jacobabad whereas Kandhkot and Kashmore were included in the district Kashmore. After some time Tangwani was given the status of taluka and the number of talukas of district Kashmore increased from two to three. The Head Quarter of district Kashmore is situated in Kandhkot.

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Pakistan Emergency Situational Analysis - District Tharparkar, May 2014

1 Background Information

1.1Introduction

1.1.1 History

This region is part of the great Thar Desert, which is spread over parts of India and Pakistan.
Most of the Thar Desert lies in the Indian state of Rajhastan and is extended till Haryana and Gujarat. In Pakistan, this desert lies on the eastern border of Sindh Province and is extended till southeastern parts of the Punjab where it joins the Cholistan desert. District Tharparkar is one of the major parts of this desert area in Sindh.

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Rs400,000 to be paid for each house destroyed during Operation Zarb-e-Azb: Baloch

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Frontier Post

MONITORING DESK

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.

Frontier Post:

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Daily Bulletin on North Waziristan Agency’s Displaced People, Update No – 23 (25/07/2014)

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.

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Pakistan: North Waziristan Displacements Situation Report No. 8 (as of 24 July 2014)

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Appropriate campsites are needed for displaced families in Frontier Region Bannu, who must vacate the schools before 15 August when schools re-open after summer vacation.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/.

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Pakistan Emergency Situational Analysis - District Khairpur, June 2014

1 Background Information

1.1 Introduction

1.1.1 History

This district Khairpur was part of the region ruled by Kalhoro and Talpur dynasties. The Talpurs and Kahoros arrived in Sindh during the invasion of Nadir Shah. Both the dynasties are the decedents of Abbasids. After the decline of the Abbasids’ caliphate, Kalhoros and Talpurs arrived in the subcontinent and settled in northern Sindh and Punjab.

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Barclays and UNICEF Help Adolescents Brighten Their Futures

By: Fatima Shahryar

LAHORE, PAKISTAN, June 2014 – “My mother and older sister used to make and sell beaded embroideries, says Saba Asghar (18), a resident of Madina Colony, Lahore. “Sister got married and embroideries fell out of fashion. My family faced a financial crunch. I was eager to contribute to our household income. For that, I got myself enrolled in the dress-making class at the vocational training centre. It not only enabled me to earn but also gave me hope for a better future.”

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Daily Bulletin on North Waziristan Agency’s Displaced People, Update No – 19 (21/07/2014)

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.