6,000 TDPs in North Waziristan still not registered

The North Waziristan Political Alliance Chairman Malik Ghulam Khan Wazir has said at least 6,000 displaced people in the district are still not registered.

Panel discussion: Players not satisfied with sports facilities in merged districts

The government has announced establishment of playgrounds in all sub-divisions in merged districts, players in the area are not satisfied with these steps.

FDMA releases financial package to North Waziristan IDPs

FDMA to release Rs 1.4 billion for the resettlement of the IDPs in tribal districts during the ongoing year.

Families suffer from lack of internet and mobile services in areas of return

Following repatriation to natives towns, the returned families especially youth have been facing immense problems due to unavailability of internet and 3G services in...

Pre-qualification tender issued for reconstruction of 49 schools in Bara

The schools are being constructed with the assistance of the Chinese government who will provide Rs 1347.54 million for the project.

Winter brings miseries to IDPs living in Jalozai camp

Frequent military operations have been conducted by the government to restore peace in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) over the last ten years. As a result thousands of people were displaced from their homes to resettle in safer places all over the country.

Sehat Insaf programme to mitigate sufferings of deserving tribal people

The federal government on 18 September announced to extend the facility of Sehat Insaf Card to the tribal districts.

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.

Tribal women create history with active participation in elections

Like other parts of the country, elections were also held on 12 National Assembly constituencies of tribal districts on 25 July.

90 percent landmine victims are women, children reports SPDO

So far around 6000 people have either been killed or injured due to landmines in Pakistan. “The government has no mechanism in place to collect data on landmines victims. Raza Shah said it was civil society’s responsibility to join hands with army and police and launch a mines risk education jointly.

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.

Panel discussion: IMU report paints poor picture of schools in merged districts

There are 492 schools in Orakzai out of which 165 lack boundary wall, 200 schools lack washrooms, 261 lack drinking water and 265 schools lack electricity.