Pakistan

 

Operation: Pakistan

Location

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Latest update of camps and office locations 21  Nov  2016. By clicking on the icons on the map, additional information is displayed.

Key Figures

2017 planning figures
76,000 Afghan children with proof of registration (PoR) cards will be enrolled in primary education 
60 health facilities will be equipped, constructed or rehabilitated for Afghan PoR card holders and host communities
20 liters of potable water will be made available per person per day for Afghan PoR card holders and host communities
15% of Afghan youth aged 15-24 with PoR cards will be enrolled in certified livelihoods training 
2015 end-year results
58,211 Afghan refugees voluntarily repatriated
2,832 Afghan refugees were submitted for resettlement
72,000 Afghan refugee children had access to primary education in the refugee villages
63% of refugee children were registered and issued documentation under regular birth registration procedures
35,000 refugees received legal assistance
8,088 emergency shelters were provided to IDPs
83% of households in refugee villages were equipped with drop-hole latrines or drop-hole toilets
20 litres of potable water were available per person per day in refugee villages

People of Concern

14%
Increase in
2015
2015 3,390,353
2014 2,962,782
2013 2,460,032

 

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Budgets and Expenditure for Pakistan

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Working environment

After nearly four decades of protracted displacement, Pakistan still hosts over 1 million registered refugees, holders of Proof of Registration (PoR) cards. 

Since July 2016, and due to a complex set of security and political factors, there has been a surge in the return of Afghan refugees from Pakistan. As of end December 2016, over 380, 000 Afghan refugees have returned to Afghanistan this year alone. All efforts are done to promote a voluntary, safe, dignified and phased return, with the framework of the Solutions Strategy for Afghan Refugees (SSAR).

The Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas (RAHA) programme, another key element of the SSAR, will continue to provide enhance support to host communities and promote peaceful co-existence.

Funding gap on both important elements of the SSAR, voluntary return and RAHA programme, would have a direct impact on regional stability.

In the meantime, the vast majority of the remaining internally displaced families affected by the security operations in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) are expected to return and UNHCR plans to responsibly disengage from its protection cluster responsibility by the end of 2017.

UNHCR and partners are also planning for the return of people who were displaced from North Waziristan in Pakistan in 2014 and remained in Afghanistan.