Safety & Security
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Owing to further displacements of thousands of families in the second half of 2015 as a result of inter-community violence and systematic reprisal attacks against the population, the need for shelter assistance has significantly increased over the past months.
- 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.
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.
In 2015, the situation in Yemen changed dramatically with a humanitarian crisis resulting from the armed conflict on-going since late March. As of 17 September, a total of 5,039 deaths and 25,653 injuries have been recorded, with at least 2,112 civilians killed (including refugees and aid workers).