UNICEF Pakistan Update Displacement in KP/FATA: Needs and Response 14 November – 10 December 2012

from UN Children's Fund
Published on 10 Dec 2012


Since July 2008, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) have experienced significant population movement as a result of government operations against non-state armed groups as well as sectarian violence. The situation remains volatile.

Three IDP camps are operational: Jalozai and Togh Sarai in KP and New Durrani in Kurram agency, FATA. Most of the IDPs – 89% - are living in host communities.


  • In 2012, 36,709 women and 11,174 children under the age of five provided with health services.

  • In 2012, 122,378 children and 52,437 pregnant and lactating women screened for acute malnutrition.

  • 159,782 displaced persons provided safe drinking water.

  • 8,771 children (50% girls) enrolled in 44 UNICEF education centers.

  • 28,799 children (41% girls) access 81 Protective Learning and Community Emergency Services (PLaCES) and Child Protection Centres in camps and host communities in KP/FATA.