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More help needs to reach the 1.7 million Pakistanis who survived floods and landslides last month before hunger and despair begin to feed the terrorism and militancy that is prevalent in the region.
ACT member Church World Service says Pakistan’s catastrophes are not being addressed and funded in relation to the severity of the calamity.
Geneva, 24 May 2013
Geneva, 10 May 2013
1. Brief description of the emergency and impact
Friday, June 08, 2012 • Palwashay Arbab
Thousands of internally displaced persons (IDPs) from conflict-hit Khyber Agency have been experiencing increased hardship as temperatures begin to escalate in host cities.
This time of the year is particularly hard on the displaced population as they currently survive on minimal resources and the summer’s scorching heat is merciless to their hopeless cries.
Appeal Target: US$ 5,135,305
Balance Requested: US$ 880,993
Geneva, 11 May 2012
The monsoon rains that started in the second week of August 2011, evolved into a large-scale disaster, causing damage in various parts of the country and further increased the difficulties of the flood-affected population. Decreased accessibility and disrupted communication links made the relief operations more challenging.
1.Brief description of the emergency
Since January 2012, ongoing conflict in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have caused large-scale displacements across the region. In recent weeks, the number of IDPs has been growing at an alarming rate. In mid-April, reports indicated that the total IDP population in FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had reached 147,329 families.
Brief description of the NCA Emergency Response (Monsoon 2011):
As of 1st January 2012, according to FAO, 86% of the flood water has receded from the flood affected areas with 1,972 km of land still under water. Badin, Sanghar, Umerkot and Mirpurkhas still remain severely affected by the floods with residual floodwater still present
All Clusters have presented Early Recovery projects to the Provincial Disaster Management Authority in Sindh and Balochistan for a possible launch of the Early Recovery Framework by end of January
Appeal Target: US$ 4,299,868
Balance Requested: US$ 1,665,263
Geneva, 19 December 2011
Appeal Target: US$7,878,113
Balance Requested: US$ 7,070,681
Geneva, 7 October 2011
Appeal Target: US$5,867,467
Geneva, 30 September 2011