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Contract Signing Ceremony 

 

 

 

 

 

Contract Signing Ceremony of the FDMA project “ DRR FOR THE SAFE-INTEGRATION OF RETURNEES” funded by Swiss Development Corporation. The contract signed by Mr Siraj ul Haq DG-FDMA and Ms. Stephanie Burri, Head of cooperation

The proposed project will be implemented in Orakzai Agency with by integrated and pragmatic approach to address the pressing needs of the target population. The project will be implemented through Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) approach encompassing DRR, Protection and Livelihoods.

Initially the project oversees to implement the activities within the 20 most vulnerable villages of Orakzai Agency which will portray the foresighted results within the two years of implementation. A robust monitoring system will be established in the project to monitor and review the project progress in an effective and efficient manner.

 

 

 

 

Dated: 22nd November, 2017

 

MOU signed between FDMA and ICRC for the welfare of FATA population

 

 

FATA Disaster Management Authority (FDMA) and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate in various areas of interest e.g strengthening coordination mechanism, provision of relief and response, health emergency support, capacity building in areas of mine risk education and first aid. The MoU is initially signed for a period of two years which could be further extended if the need arises.

Under the framework of cooperation, both FDMA and ICRC agreed that the coordination mechanism will be strengthened for the benefit of the population of FATA affected by disasters. ICRC will also provide technical support to the FDMA staff and its partner government institutions in order to enhance their capacity to respond effectively in emergency situations.

 

FDMA Initiative to Enhance Disaster Resilience in FATA

 

Peshawar, November 21, 2017: A project to take initiative on disaster resilience in FATA was launched by CARE International in Pakistan, FATA Disaster Management Authority and Swiss Agency for Cooperation and Development. The project main focus to strengthen disaster management institutions, government departments, reconstruction and rehabilitation unit for enhancing and building resilience in FATA.

At the occasion the DG, FDMA said that the currently we are combating with several challenges including the resettlement of temporary displaced person and providing them basic necessities such as clean drinking water, food, shelter and health. The current analysis shows; Pakistan is one of the most vulnerable country towards climate change impacts. etc. Our main focus is to make communities more resilient toward shocks.

Our small efforts toward preparedness can make a huge difference on people lives. FDMA aim is to build resilient infrastructure and supporting communities in quick recovery that are affected from the militancy and natural disasters.

While sharing the role of CARE International in Pakistan, Ms. Ameena Ilahi, mentioned that from 2005 to 2016, CARE Pakistan has played a key role in responding to over 9 natural and human-made disasters, with various interventions aimed at providing emergency healthcare services that have transitioned into post-disaster development programs. CARE has provided $80 million for emergency relief and recover support to over 2.4 million people in four provinces- (KP, Baluchistan, Punjab and Sindh).

 CARE Pakistan DRR specialist, Aziz ur Rehman throw light on disaster resilience initiative will be taken by FDMA through this project focusing on three main areas includes (1) Road Map, DRM Plan for Bajaur and Technical Support in DRR

The Head of Humanitarian from SDC Ms. Franziska Voegtli, said that they are very much looking forward to see the success of this initiative and really appreciate FDMA cooperation for this partnership.

The secretary Law and order FATA Mr. Hassan Mehmood Yousafzai gave the concluding remarks and appreciated the FATA Disaster Management Authority, Swiss Agency development and Cooperation and CARE International for initiating a remarkable move for FATA resilience.

 

 
 

Daily Processing Sheet for LSG and CWG of all sites  till 

(16th -November-2017)

 

​TDP-ERP – LSG Daily Progress Report (16th-November-2017)
Sr# Agencies Sites Today So Far
Caseload NADRA Processed NADRA Unverified Bank Processed NADRA Processed NADRA Unverified Bank Processed
1 North Waziristan Agency Spinwam 101,014 4 0 7 29,989 505 30,043
Razmak 4 0 7 16,392 216 16,478
Mir Ali 31 0 33 15,750 404 15,841
Boya 12 0 11 3,544 327 3,553
2 South Waziristan Agency Sarwakai 79,333 15 10 15 31,319 764 31,317
Sararogha 31 9 31 19,283 703 19,196
Ladha 0 0 0 8,662 245 8,648
3 Khyber Agency Milward 89,375 34 0 33 23,985 543 23,953
Dogara 50 0 50 26,847 441 26,794
Bara 22 1 22 12,737 222 12,717
Tirah 4 0 4 8,930 278 8,912
4 Kurram Agency Lower Kurram/sadda        33,974 0 0 0 14,546 613 14,440
5 Orakzai Agency Ghilzo        41,098 20 0 24 12,438 394 12,065
kalaya 95 9 103 11,733 242 11,672
Total 344,794 322 29 340  236,155  5,897  235,629 
TDP-ERP – CWG Daily Progress Report   (16th-November-2017)
Sr# Agencies Sites Today So Far
NADRA Processed NADRA Unverified Bank Processed NADRA Processed NADRA Unverified Bank Processed
1 North Waziristan Agency Spinwam 20 0 9 15,343 59 10,965
Razmak 18 0 45 13,228 54 12,536
Mir Ali 1 0 0 10,386 45 10,720
Boya 73 0 45 5,177 8 4,571
2 South Waziristan Agency Sarwakai 7 0 10 5,765 21 5,266
Sararogha 24 0 33 1193 8 1023
Ladha 0 0 0 4547 22 4186
3 Khyber Agency Milward 77 0 0 10,360 23 10,170
Dogara 149 0 149 16,854 27 16,779
Bara 90 0 163 9,251 21 9,158
Tirah 64 0 65 127 1 124
4 Kurram Agency Lower Kurram/ Sadda 0 0 0 3,337 22 3,199
5 Orakzai Agency Ghilzo 17 0 17 2268 4 2104
Kalaya 83 1 45 913 3 743
Total 623 1 581 98,749  318 91,544 

  • Post National Action Plan(NAP) Return (Since March 2015 till Date)

 

 

 

Agency A=VRF Return B=De-regrd Signed VRFs till 17 April A+B=Total VRF Return C=Total De-Registration C-B
NWA 66,204 2,027 68,231 27,150 25,123
SWA 55,738 1,536 57,274 11,240 9,704
Khyber 75,928 877 76,805 4,646 3,783
Orakzai 13,438 118 13,556 17,020 16,902
Kurram 16,288 0 16,288 11,371 11,371
Total 227,596 4,558 232,154 71,427 66,869

 

 

  • Today Return & Overall TDP’s Statistics as of Dec 12,2017
Agency Caseload Non-Verified/Un-Reg Return Verified Return Balance
Today So far Today So far
NWA 106255 0 21270 15 93369 12886
SWA 71124 0 79150 0 71124 0
Khyber 91689 0 59230 0 90503 1186
Orakzai 35823 0 20632 0 35823 0
Kurram 33024 0 14514 0 33024 0
Total 337915 0 194796 15 323843 14,072
  • TDPs Repatriated from Khost Afghanistan to FATA / KP

 

Date Number of Families Arrived NADRA Verified (New+Old) Returned(De-Reg+VRFs) Existing Balance Name of Native Villages Tehsil
Previous 4498 1870+1984=3854 892+1426=2308 1536 Hassan khel Saidgi,Golak khel, Haider khel, Khaddar Khel,Machi , Mizar Data khel ,Ghulam khan,Spinwam
To Day 0 0 0 0
Total 4498 3854 2318 1536

Note: Approximately 10,000 TDPs families from Khost were expected to be repatriated out of which 4498 have been repatriated and 5502 still remaining

  • Caseload Shared with Cellular Companies for Disbursement

 

Company wise Return Agency wise Return Summary
NWA SWA Kbyber Orakzai Kurram
Company RCG TCG RCG TCG RCG TCG RCG TCG RCG TCG RCG TCG
Mobilink 111486 107409 0 0 51661 47570 43175 43188 362 363 16288 16288
Telenor 56861 50441 0 0 8986 8957 35181 28795 12694 12689 0 0
Zong 71860 71922 66985 67056 0 0 4875 4866 0 0 0 0
ufone 475 504 0 0 0 0 0 0 475 504 0 0
Grand Total 240682 230276 66985 67056 60647 56527 83231 76849 13531 13556 16288 16288
  • Contact Details

 

 

 

 

  • FDMA Office   
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  • Mian Adil Zahoor

Assistant Director Operations & Relief

0333-9354808

mian.adil@fdma.gov.pk

  • Ata ur Rahman

Assistant Director ICT

0346-9460897

ata@fdma.gov.pk