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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: North Waziristan Agency - Internal Displacement (as of 25 August 2014)

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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Pakistan: Daily Emergency and Response Situational Information Report, 25th Aug 2014

Update includes the following:

  • North Waziristan Displacement Updates 1

  • PDMA Khyber Pakhtukhwa Updates as of 25-8-2014 1

  • Esaar-e-Pakhtunkhwa Program 1

  • Food Security Cluster (FSC) Updates as of 22-8-2014 1

  • Food Security Cluster Coverage as of 21-8-2014 2

  • Community Restoration Cluster Updates as of 21-8-2014 2

  • Sindh Updates 3

  • Drought Updates 3

  • Daily Health Report of District Tharparkar as on 25-8-2014 3

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Global Emergency Overview Snapshot 20-26 August

The weekly Global Overview aggregates information from a range of sources and provides the latest updates on and a ranking of current humanitarian crises.

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Rapid Market Appraisal: Bannu - The impact of displacement from North Waziristan in District Bannu, July 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Findings from the Rapid Market Appraisal in Bannu suggest that the presence of current assistance/modalities (cash and food) do not have an adverse impact on market activity.

  • The overall supply condition of most commodities was found to be comfortable with the supply of these commodities sufficient to meet current market demand.

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These Children Just Want to Go Back to School

By Ashfaq Yusufzai

PESHAWAR, Pakistan , Aug 26 2014 (IPS) - Between government efforts to wipe out insurgents from Pakistan’s northern, mountainous regions, and the Taliban’s own campaign to exercise power over the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), the real victims of this conflict are often invisible.

Walking among the rubble of their old homes, or sitting outside makeshift shelters in refugee camps, thousands of children here are growing up without an education, as schools are either bombed by militants or turned into temporary housing for the displaced.

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Pakistan: Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 29 | 18 July–19 August 2014

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Maternity challenges in Bannu.
  • Humanitarian hero: Displaced from home in NWA, staff of local NGO continues to help others.

FIGURES

  • Pre-existing estimated IDPs in KP and FATA 930,000

  • Displaced from NWA to other parts of Pakistan as of 11 August * Pending NADRA verification 1,002,002*

  • Expected returnees to FATA in 2014 (FDMA) 270,000

  • Returnees to FATA since Nov 2013 (FDMA) Over 100,000

  • Registered Afghan refugees (UNHCR) 1.6 million

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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ECHO Factsheet Afghanistan – July 2014

Key messages

  • Over three decades of conflict in Afghanistan have led to insecurity and displacement, and conflict in neighbouring Pakistan has pushed thousands of families and individuals to seek refuge on the Afghan side of the border.

  • Food, water, shelter, access to health and protection to newly displaced Pakistani refugees are needed. Emergency healthcare in general and trauma care in particular are essential.

  • The resilience of Afghans to recurrent natural hazards must be strengthened.

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ECHO Factsheet - Pakistan - August 2014

Key messages

  • Conflict in the northwest of Pakistan has led to the displacement and emergency needs of over one million people.

  • Pakistan is one of the most disaster prone countries in the world, with multiple disasters every year impacting on livelihood and nutritional security. In the Sindh province high levels of malnutrition coupled with limited access to water, sanitation, and medical services, has compromised the health and coping capacities of the most vulnerable communities.

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Pakistan: Daily Emergency and Response Situational Information Report, 21st Aug 2014

Update includes the following:

  • North Waziristan Displacement Updates 1

  • PHF Response Updates as of 19-8-2014 1

  • Sindh Updates 2

  • Drought Updates 2

  • Daily Health Report of District Tharparkar as on 21-8-2014 2

  • Nationwide Updates 3

  • Earthquake tremors felt in Sialkot, Lahore 3

  • Rain related incidents in KPK, Fata take seven lives, hurt 25 others 3

  • Monsoon Weather Situation Report as of 21-8-2014 4

  • Polio Updates 5

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ACAPS Briefing Note: Pakistan North Waziristan Agency: IDP Crisis, 22 August 2014

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Crisis Overview

Following displacement earlier this year, a new wave of displacement from North Waziristan Agency (NWA) in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) began 15 June following the launch of military operations by the Pakistan Army against armed non-state actors. Large numbers of people continue to move into the neighbouring districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), as well as to Khost and Paktika in neighbouring Afghanistan. The number of IDPs registered from NWA currently stands at over 1 million, 74% of whom are women and children.

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Global Emergency Overview Snapshot 13 - 19 August

The weekly Global Overview aggregates information from a range of sources and provides the latest updates on and a ranking of current humanitarian crises.

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Pakistan: Humanitarian Snapshot - Internal Displacement NWA and the rest of KP and FATA (as of 15 Aug 2014)

NWA DISPLACEMENT

As of 8 August, the total registered displaced population from North Waziristan (NWA) is 1,002,002 individuals (95,356 families): 258,643 males; 286,389 females; and 456,970 children. Overall, 74 per cent of the total displaced population are women and children. As of 31 July, National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) has verified 53,186 families and rejected 40,053 families. A vulnerability assessment through the Vulnerability Working Group is being conducted to identify those needing support.

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs:

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PRCS IDPs NWA Operation Situation Report no.13 18-08-14

HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Immediately after airstrikes on the hideouts of militants in the targeted areas of North Waziristan Agency by Pak Army on 21st May 2014, mass exodus of the population started from the area on 22nd May 2014 to the settled districts of KPK.

  2. As per FDMA’s figures of 10th Aug, 2014, total 95,356 Families (1,002,002 Individual) have been registered in district Bannu, Peshawar and Kurram Agency, with more than 74 per cent of them women and children. Registration is closed to register more IDPs.