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Pakistan: Health Bulletin June, 2014 - Volume: 2, Issue: 6

IN THIS BULLETIN

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Tharparkar Drought Situation

Health Profile: Kurram Agency

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Pakistan: Education Bulletin June, 2014 - Volume: 2, Issue: 6

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Education Profile - District Hyderabad

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Post- return monitoring in areas of return Sholzan Tangi, Upper Kurrum agency - June 2014

1. Background

Return to Sholzan Tangi was agreed after the denotification on 19 villages during the Return Task Force (RTF) meeting held on 21 May 2014. FDMA requested for facilitation of the return from the humanitarian community to enable approximately 600 IDPs (including unregistered families in the request) affected by conflict and sectarian violence respectively to return to Sholzan Tangi. Protection cluster conducted Return intention survey from (RIS)1 during which 137 interviews were conducted with the Sholzan Tangi displaced population.

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Weekly Epidemiological Bulletin - Disease early warning system and response in Pakistan, Volume 5, Issue 28, Wednesday 12 July 2014

Highlights

Epidemiological week no. 28 (6 - 12 July 2014)

• CCHF: During this week, 2 laboratory confirmed CCHF cases (1 belongs to Afghanistan) and 2 deaths have been reported from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province; (3 out of 7 suspected cases belongs to Afghanistan and were brought to Pakistan for treatment).

• In this week, 75 out of 87 districts and 2,981 out of 3,590 health facilities have reported to Disease Early Warning System (DEWS), compared to 76 districts with 2,925 health facilities shared weekly data in week 27, 2014.

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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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Collection of population data in a porous camp setting

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CCCM Cluster

The CCCM sector has learned from its experiences in both conflicts and natural disasters, and has been continuously reviewing its projects, programs and responses. This first edition of CCCM Case Studies presents 12 summaries of CCCM activities from 11 different countries. The purpose of this publication is to provide lessons as a knowledge base to support humanitarian operations (in both emergency and protracted contexts).

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Pakistan Emergency Response Fund: Project Performance Report (June 2014)

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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

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International Medical Corps Responds to Crisis in Pakistan

July 23, 2014 – Los Angeles, Calif. - Since the Pakistan army began an offensive against the Taliban in North Waziristan, more than 830,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) have been forced to other parts of Pakistan (largely the Bannu District) and an estimated 112,000 people have fled to Afghanistan.

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Pakistan Emergency Response Fund: Project Performance Report (January - June 2014)

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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Health Situation Report #10 - Pakistan: North Waziristan Displacement

Needs and gaps

  • Health Cluster has conducted Rapid Health Need Assessment in District Bannu which reveals that the highest percentage of disease prevalence reported is Diarrhea 52% whereas the lowest been recoded as measles 5%. Similarly cough/cold/fever and malaria comprised of 47% and 43% of the reported diseases while skin diseases and other diseases such as hepatitis, hypertension, TB, Diabetes were documented at 19% and 7% respectively

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Daily Bulletin on North Waziristan Agency’s Displaced People, Update No – 20 (22/07/2014)

**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. **