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.

‘Yao Wazir’ sit-in in South Waziristan continues for 10th day

WANA: The 'Yao Wazir' sit-in by the people of South Waziristan tribal district for acceptance...

Rs 14 billion compensation provided to owners of damaged houses in South Waziristan

The participants of 'Yao Maseed' (United Mehsuds) sit-in from South Waziristan tribal district have decided to further toughen their stance.

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.

76 families return as Rehmat Kor in Mohmand district declared ‘clear’

Pakistan Army and Swat Scouts arranged a ceremony in Rehmat Kor where the members of 76 families were offered warm welcome upon return to the area.

Waziristan shopkeepers not ending sit-in protest in Peshawar

People from North Waziristan gather at a small park outside the KP Assembly every day and chant slogans and hoist black flags.

Affected traders seek increase in aid amount

Some tribal traders and analysts have appreciated the role of SMEDA, while it has also come under criticism from some quarters.

Bara affected traders seek early payment of aid

Bara area of Khyber tribal district was also badly affected from militancy and military operations, but SMEDA did not pay proper attention to this area.

PDMA releases Rs190m for aid to North Waziristan TDPs

The PDMA has released Rs190 million in the head of monthly instalment for payment of compensation to displaced persons of North Waziristan.

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: SMEDA process for aid to traders must be made easier

Traders of tribal districts are facing a lot of difficulties in getting assistance through the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA).
80 % of tribal districts schools without boundary walls: IMU report

Missing facilities affecting education standards in tribal schools

Independent Monitoring Unit the (IMU) released its report last month after completing survey of schools in merged districts.

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