Pakistan

 

Operation: Opération: Pakistan

Location

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Key Figures

2020 planning figures
54,000 primary school aged children will be enrolled in primary education 
11,730 people of concern will benefit from vocational/technical skills training in enrolling in formal national institutions for certified skills training 
30 health facilities will be equipped, constructed or rehabilitated
2018 year-end results
100% of refugees had access to primary health care
100% of targeted household basic needs were met with multi-cash grants
53,320 refugee children were enrolled in primary education
50,970 identity cards were issued to people of concern
4,040 people of concern were enrolled in formal national institutions for certified skills training

People of Concern Personnes relevant de la compétence du HCR

14%
Decrease in
2018
2018 1,589,050
2017 1,852,650
2016 2,510,749

 

[["Refugees",1404019],["Asylum-seekers",5181],["IDPs",96384],["Returned IDPs",83454],["Returned refugees",12]]
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Year-end Overview

Working environment

 UNHCR’s ability to facilitate voluntary repatriation of Afghan refugees, and to preserve protection space in Pakistan, will largely depend on the evolving situation in Afghanistan, including the outcomes of the 2019 presidential elections, the peace talks with Taliban, potential drawdown of the US and NATO forces, and the internal dialogue and reconciliation process in Afghanistan.

While the Government of Pakistan took important steps to implement the 2017 Comprehensive Policy on Voluntary Repatriation and Management of Afghan Nationals, the Prime Minister called for more comprehensive, rights-based and solutions-oriented responses to the refugee situation. This progressive approach was reflected in the 2019 decision to allow Afghan refugees to open bank accounts in Pakistan. UNHCR will support the Government of Pakistan in further enhancing economic inclusion and contribution of refugees, including by enabling their access to SIM cards, driving licenses and ownership of assets.

UNHCR will support the Government of Pakistan in the implementation of its policy, including: i) the enactment of the national refugee law; ii) a more long-term and predictable extension of the Proof of Registration (PoR) cards and Tripartite Agreement; iii) implementation of the flexible visa regime for PoR card holders. While UNHCR works with the Government of Pakistan to ensure that the visa regime incorporates essential protection safeguards, progress will depend on the ability of the Government of Afghanistan to start issuing Afghan passports in Pakistan.
 
UNHCR will seek to capitalize on the Global Compact on Refugees to advocate for greater international responsibility-sharing, with emphasis on RAHA.
 
 

Key priorities

In Pakistan, UNHCR has three strategic priorities which aim to foster gradual and stronger inclusion of UNHCR’s persons of concern into national policies, planning and service delivery.
 
UNHCR will continue to facilitate voluntary repatriation as the preferred (regional) durable solution for Afghan refugees; the Government of Pakistan-conceived flexible-visa regime is expected to be functioning, and resettlement will continue to be available only for the most urgent and emergency refugee cases.

UNHCR aims to work more closely with the Government of Pakistan on adoption of the national refugee law and will continue to diversify/reinforce partnerships and sensitize the authorities and communities at federal and provincial levels. It will support refugees to access asylum (including protection from refoulement), legal aid, registration and documentation. Strategic community-based protection orientation will be reinforced/refined, leading to enhanced community resilience and further consolidated UNHCR field presence/outreach in both refugee and host communities. A stronger focus on SGBV, child protection and people with specific needs will prevent/reduce protection risks and improve quality of response. The drive to bring refugees closer to the existing services (i.e. health and education) will remain a priority next to livelihoods and skill building interventions. UNHCR will also deepen its advocacy engagement with the Government of Pakistan on protection/prevention actions and on Pakistan’s accession to the statelessness conventions.

UNHCR will continue to reinforce and diversify its links and partnerships with the Government, civil society, the UN, academia, traditional and non-traditional donors and the private sector, as well as refugee and hosting communities in order to foster operational synergies essential to link refugee protection, assistance and solutions work in the spirit of the regional SSAR and the Global Compact on Refugees.

 
Latest contributions
  • 24-MAR-2020
    Belgium

    private donors

    $120,347
  • 20-MAR-2020
    Germany
    $65,778
  • 19-MAR-2020
    Japan
    $334,741
  • 17-MAR-2020
    Malta
    $84,842
  • 15-MAR-2020
    Qatar

    private donors

    $8,000,000
  • 13-MAR-2020
    Japan
    $23,896,000
  • United States of America
    $58,802,527
  • 12-MAR-2020
    Italy

    private donors

    $219,782
  • 10-MAR-2020
    Japan
    $28,350,000
  • China
    $403,875
  • Germany
    $147,419
  • 08-MAR-2020
    Kuwait

    private donors

    $98,040
  • 04-MAR-2020
    Thailand

    private donors

    $631,512
  • Egypt

    private donors

    $128,526
  • Sweden
    $21,895,642
  • 02-MAR-2020
    Qatar

    private donors

    $35,000,390
  • 29-FEB-2020
    Greece

    private donors

    $89,588
  • Japan

    private donors

    $2,164,168
  • Brazil

    private donors

    $142,797
  • Netherlands

    private donors

    $165,141