Pakistan

Consortium for Natural Disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery in Pakistan (Years 4)

Pakistan Emergencies and disaster resilience
July 2017
July 2020

This four year programme will see ACTED, as part of a consortium led by IOM, including UNICEF, FAO, and HANDS, respond to any natural disaster to occur in Pakistan, that meets the consortium’s pre-defined triggers, until the summer of 2019.

This will include emergency relief and integrated early recovery assistance.

Regardless of disaster occurrence, in the first year of the project, the consortium will support 200 communities (ACTED will be responsible for half of this caseload, covering 100 communities in North and South Sindh – approx. 2,000 individuals) with residual needs from past disasters to recover in a resilient manner. This will provide an opportunity to test and refine the consortium’s integrated recovery package, while also feeding into preparedness objectives by strengthening vulnerable families’ ability to withstand future disasters.

Current projects

Start Fund learning Grant – Alert 361 (earthquake)

Emergency support to vulnerable natural-calamity affected households in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) and Balochistan

Cash-Based Assistance to Improve both the Food Security and Livelihood Conditions of Vulnerable Drought Affected Communities in District Umerkot, Sindh’’

Increased employment opportunities for vulnerable and disadvantaged youth groups in Pakistan

Meeting the Emergency and Early Recovery Needs of Displaced Households to Support Sustainable Returns to FATA and Responding to life-saving needs of drought affected families in Umerkot, Sindh with nutrition-sensitive, multi-sector response activities.

Closing the gap: Educating marginalised girls in Sindh and FATA

National Water Resources Management – Phase II

National Water Resources Management – Phase II

CAWI Resilience Programme (CRP) – Implementation phase 2

Consortium for Natural Disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery in Pakistan

Adolescent and Adult Learning and Training Program

Market and employment for peace and stability

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