Army arranges source of income for blast affected person

The Pakistan Army has arranged a source of income for a person from Tiarza area of South Waziristan tribal district who was rendered disabled in a blast.

Security check posts reduced in tribal districts

After the return of temporarily displaced persons (TDPs) to the tribal districts, the government is now focussing on human development and providing facilities to the people.

All affected traders can’t be compensated with available funds: SMEDA

SMEDA says all traders of tribal districts who suffered losses during militancy and military operations cannot be compensated with available funds.

ECP registers 2.07 million voters in ‘Fata’

Besides, thousands of voters have registered or transferred their votes at their native towns. According to the Election Commission of Pakistan, around 2.07 million voters including 0.8 million women will exercise their right to vote.

Conversion of tube wells to solar system works wonders

Water supply schemes and tube wells were also damaged like other government properties during militancy and military operations.

PM Sehat Card scheme is yet to extend to five tribal agencies, FRs

The federal government, in an attempt to provide free healthcare facilities, had launched Prime Minister Health Programme in December 2015. Under the project, deserving families,...

Panellists seek inclusion of tribal hospitals in Insaf Cards scheme

Panellists in ‘Da Manzal Pa Lor’ Programme of TNN said the Sehat Insaf Cards is a good scheme for tribal people, particularly the women and elderly people.

Vaccination suspended in South Waziristan after tribesmen’s boycott

Polio vaccination campaign has been postponed in South Waziristan tribal district after which about 100,000 children will remain deprived of vaccination.

BISP to be extended to North and South Waziristan soon

The government of Pakistan launched BISP in 2008 to provide financial assistance to destitute families. So far, around 5.4 women have been benefited from...

Empowering Youth is inevitable for sustainable peace in FATA

As a result of the militants' insurgency and the subsequent efforts by the government to restore peace in the once troubled tribal agencies, thousands...

FATA returnees are determined to send their children to schools despite all odds

PESHAWAR: Militancy has brought nothing to Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) but devastation and destruction. It destroyed the overall fabric of the tribal society. The tribal culture was ruined. Businesses and infrastructures were destroyed. Thousands of residents of FATA had no other option than to leave homes for safer places in a state of helplessness.
No Ration for IDPs after Dec 2017

No ration for repatriated TDPs after December 2017

Center of Excellence for Rural Development (CERD), project manager Imran Khan has appealed the displaced families to repatriate to their native towns as they would not be provided with any ration beyond December.