In June 2014, the Government of Pakistan commenced a military security operation in North Waziristan Agency targeting non-state armed actors. The operations prompted large scale displacement of more than 1 million people. In July 2014, the Emergency Relief Coordinator allocated US$5 million from the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) to help humanitarian partners provide emergency aid to thousands of people in need.
Late monsoon floods caused damages.
Pilot assessment of families with specific needs completed.
Country wide flood losses stand at 318 persons dead, 1,806,192 population affected and 2,324,427 acres of cropped area affected in Punjab;
The flood water has entered upper Sindh along the Indus River. 122 camps have been deployed in the six likely affected districts to accommodate the population displaced / likely to be displaced from within the flood plains;
Multiple Sectors Initial Rapid Assessment (MIRA) is ongoing in districts Mandibahauddin, Jhang,
Hafizabad, Chiniot and Multan in Punjab;
Security related developments in North Waziristan Agency (NWA) in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) forced hundreds of thousands of people to leave their homes and move to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and other locations since 22 May 2014.
As of 1 September, PDMA reported 1,016,559 people (97,469 families) registered as displaced from North Waziristan Agency. All registration points are closed, except in Kurram Agency, where population returning from Afghanistan are being registered.
As the schools open after the summer break, humanitarian partners and the authorities are making arrangements for people to move to alternate locations.