Key achievements toward Strategic Objectives
In 2015, the response of the humanitarian community in Pakistan focused on people displaced from and returning to the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). Nutrition programmes targeting malnourishment were also implemented across the country.
Key achievements include:
An average of 1.40 million IDPs (86 per cent of people in need) received food on a monthly basis.
360,000 people were provided with access to water for drinking, cooking and maintaining personal hygiene.
Stress counselling helps older IDPs to cope with difficult circumstances
Khayal Mera, 65, led a quiet life in her small village in the Tirah Valley in Khyber Agency, FATA, until April 2013 when conflict broke out between rival armed groups and security operations against non-state armed actors ensued.
Late monsoon floods caused damages.
Pilot assessment of families with specific needs completed.
1.0 Executive Summary
This report provides an analysis and evaluation of the current status of the displaced families from North Waziristan Agency (NWA) who are living with the host community in Bannu, done jointly by cluster members and local civilian authorities. Noting how displaced families are in various locations, PDMA indicated the assessment would be undertaken in Bannu initially, where the majority of the displaced families are residing.
• Insecurity in North Waziristan Agency has forced thousands to move to safer places in the neighbouring districts.
• Government and aid agencies work to complete preparedness plans ahead of the monsoon season; low stocks level remain a challenge.
• Improved access to the northern Balochistan allows timely humanitarian activities.
• The United Nations’ Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) has allocated US$9.9 million (PKR 942.2 million) for the provision of water, food, shelter and healthcare to 1.3 million people in the seven hardest-hit districts of Balochistan, Punjab and Sindh.
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Over the course of the 2010 monsoon season, Pakistan experienced the worst floods in its history.