This dashboard reflects the cummulative achievements of the 2014 Preliminary Reponse Plan of North Waziristan Agency (NWA) diplacement.
This dashboard reflects the cummulative achievements of the 2014 strategic plan. In 2014, Pakistan continued to face several key humanitarian issues: displacement and returns in northwestern Pakistan, nationally high food insecurity and undernutrition figures, over 1.6 million refugees residing in Pakistan, natural disasters and vaccine-preventable and vector-borne illnesses.
Total NADRA verified TDPs: 100527
PAYMENT OF PRIME MINISTER’S PACKAGE (RS. 20,000RAMZAN PACKAGE, 12,000 FOR FOOD AND 5000 FOR NFIS)
Total HOH sent to Zong: HOH 64433, PKR (Mil) 1996.701
Total SMS sent by Zong: HOH 63598, PKR (Mil) 1972.438
Payments drawn: HOH 63249, PKR (Mil) 1962.593
PAYMENT for SEPTEMBER TRANCHE @12000 PER FAMILY
Snapshot 18-24 February 2015
Myanmar: 90,000 people are now reported to have been displaced by continuing violence between government troops and multiple armed groups in Kokang, Shan state. Aid organisations have been subject to attack – seven people were wounded in two separate incidents.
As many of the world’s foreign ministers convene this week in Washington D.C. for the White House Summit to Counter Violent Extremism, displacement should be on their agenda.
Japan - The Japanese Government has committed additional funds to support IOM’s operations in the face of increasingly complex humanitarian crises.
From its “supplementary budget FY2014,” the Japanese Government will avail a total of US$31.5 million to support IOM activities for vulnerable migrants, internally displaced persons, returnees and affected communities.
1. PRCS Initial Response
a. PRCS relief operation commenced on 22nd June with initial response as under:-
(1) Cooked rice to approx. 23000 TDPs
(2) Health care to 1,690 TDPs through deployment of 4 x Mobile Health Units
(3) Deployment of 05 Ambulances
(4) Provision of 22,000 liters of clean Drinking Wate
Snapshot 11–17 February 2015
Myanmar: Fighting between the Myanmar army and the MNDAA, an insurgent group in the Kokang area of Shan state, displaced tens of thousands of people. Some fled into central Myanmar, while between 30,000 and 50,000 are thought to have crossed into Nansan, Yunnan province, China.
Conflict, refugees, and floods fuel humanitarian needs
Afghanistan 2014 SRP 67% funded
CHF projects help 1.8 million people in 2014
405 million requested (US$)
2014 - Humanitarian action in review
82 attacks against aid workers including polio workers recorded in 2014.
SIDA contributed an additional US$3.7 million late December to begin ERF 2015 allocations.
Estimated IDPs in KP and FATA (UNHCR) 1.6 m
Expected returnees to FATA in 2015 750,000
Estimated returnees to FATA since 2009 (FDMA) 1.4 m
Registered Afghan refugees 1.6
Registered nonAfghan refugees 600,000
Afghanistan - IOM is continuing to respond to the increase in undocumented Afghans returning from Pakistan, but has warned that it will run out of funds for the operation before the end of February.
From the beginning of the year to 11 February, nearly 32,000 Afghans have spontaneously returned to Afghanistan through the Torkham border with Pakistan. Additionally, over 2,000 Afghans have been deported through Torkham border.
(Islamabad, 31 January 2015): A team from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) met with a cross section of displaced people from South and North Waziristan to gain firsthand knowledge of their needs and living conditions.
Mr. Khana Mir is an elderly person displaced from North Waziristan Agency to district Bannu due to military operation. He is father of 3 sons and 2 daughters. Two of his sons are affected by polio virus aging 32 and 35. His third son is daily-wage laborer in the local market.
Mr. Khana Mir works as a security guard in a restaurant and earns 8000 PKR per month. Besides this he receives monthly food ration assistance from World Food Program. Government and other humanitarian organizations have also supported his family.