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10 Oct 2017 description
report Shelter Cluster

Introduction

This document provides an overview of responses to the Global Shelter Cluster (GSC) online survey, conducted in preparation for the annual GSC Meeting. Findings are based on a total of 106 responses, as of 26 September 2017.

Participant profile

01 Oct 2017 description
report Shelter Cluster
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Annex - 2017 Factsheets

GLOBAL SHELTER CLUSTER STRATEGY 2013-2017

Developed as an output of the 2012 GSC Meeting, the 2013-2017 Global Shelter Cluster Strategy was approved by the Strategic Advisory Group in early 2013. It has the goal to more effectively meet the sheltering needs of populations affected by humanitarian crises, by strengthening the shelter response of humanitarian actors through leadership, coordination and accountability in the humanitarian shelter sector.

31 Mar 2016 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

An inter-Cluster assessment mission was conducted to Ladha, Sararogha,
Sarwakai, and Tiarza Tehsils South Waziristan Agency (SWA) from 10 to 13 February 2016. The mission visited eight recently de-notified villages. The Government plans to facilitate the return of some 30,000 IDPs to these areas.

Key findings and recommendations

28 Feb 2016 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

An inter-Cluster assessment mission was conducted to Mir Ali Tehsil in North Waziristan Agency (NWA) from 26–29 January 2016. The mission covered a sample of six out of the ten villages that were recently de-notified by authorities. The Government has planned to facilitate the return of some 5,000 to 7,000 families to these areas.

Key findings

• An estimated 10 per cent of private houses were damaged due conflict and 1.5 years of weather damage.

28 Feb 2016 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

An inter-Cluster assessment mission was conducted to the Sipah area of Bara Tehsil in Khyber Agency on 2 February, 2016. The mission visited Haji Abad where discusions were held with the Military, FDMA, male and female returnees, and community elders. Visits were also conducted to nearby communities and agricultural areas where damages were observed. The Government has planned and is facilitating the return of over 7,000 families to these areas.

Key findings

26 Dec 2015 description

NEED ANALYSIS

  • Since the start of security operations in Fata in 2008, the number of displaced persons has increased every year in 2014, the number exceeded 1.6 million displaced in KP. In 2015 the government of Pakistan announced the year of return, till end of Non 2015, total no of 110,090 families (660,540 individuals) As of 30th Nov the IDP population is 193,708 families 1.2 million displaced in KP.

RESPONSE

22 Dec 2015 description

Background:

At the beginning of 2015, the number of IDPs in KP reached 1.67 million after the last operation conducted in Khyber Agency. The government of Pakistan announced the 2015 return plan with a planning figure of around 154,000 families.

21 Dec 2015 description

Background:

At the beginning of 2015, the number of IDPs in KP reached 1.67 million after the last operation conducted in Khyber Agency. The government of Pakistan announced the 2015 return plan with a planning figure of around 154,000 families.

01 Dec 2015 description

At the beginning of 2015, the number of IDPs in KP reached 1.67 million after the last operation conducted in Khyber Agency. The government of Pakistan announced the 2015 return plan with a planning figure of around 154,000 families. The first phase of the returns was for the displaced families from South Waziristan Agency with an estimation caseload of 2,500 - 3,000 families. The return process started on 16th of March 2015 and concluded on 31st March 2015. A total of 3,238 families returned to the area of origin, all families were facilitated with VRF.

06 Nov 2015 description
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This map shows the detailed information of the damages happened due to Badakashan Earthquake 2015. Map shows information at the district level and also shows the detailed information on union council level where assessments were conducted by the member organizations.

06 Nov 2015 description

This map shows the detailed information of the damages happened due to Badakashan Earthquake 2015. Map shows information at the district level and also shows the detailed information on union council level where assessments were conducted by the member organizations.

05 Nov 2015 description

IDP IN CAMP

Provision of tented shelter Around 82 families belonging to the Ali Sher Zai tribe of Kurram agency were shifted to New Durrani IDPs camp from Togh Sarai camp. All families were provided tented shelters for more privacy and protection from the harsh weather during the coming winter.

23 Sep 2015 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

An inter-Cluster assessment mission was conducted to Sarwakai, Sararogha and Tiarza Tehsils South Waziristan Agency from 4 to 7 August 2015. The mission covered a sample of 47 villages that were recently de-notified by authorities. The Government has planned to facilitate the return of some 15,000 to 20,000 families to these areas.

Key findings

• An estimated 80 to 95 per cent of private houses were damaged due conflict and more than seven years of weather damage.

28 Jul 2015 description

Overview – IDPs in KP/FATA from Jan to June 2015

As of 01st Jan 2015, the number of IDPs families registered in KP/FATA reached 263,967 families, within the first half of 2015 there was registration for additional IDPs coming from Khyber agency which increase the number, in the other hand the returns to SWA, NWA and Khyber agency started within this period as per the plan announced by the government at the beginning of 2015, as of 30th June 2015 the number of IDPs in KP/FATA was 259,400 families.

15 May 2015 description

Habib Mughal, Sheikh Ahsan Ahmed, Hamid Mumtaz, Babar Tanwir, Sumera Bilal, Maggie Stephenson

In October 2005 the Kashmir earthquake left over 75,000 people dead and 3.5 million homeless, just before winter on the foot of the Himalayas from low to high altitude.
The shelter response ensured no further loss of life, no large scale displacement and maximum assistance at origin. The rural housing reconstruction programme results include 611,000 houses repaired and reconstructed within 4 years and over 90% compliant with safer standards.