Internally Displaced Person
Vulnerability Assessment & Profiling



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IDP Vulnerability Assessment and Profiling (IVAP)
IVAP – Internally Displaced Person (IDP) Vulnerability Assessment & Profiling – provides some of the most up-to-date data on off camp conflict-IDPs in north-west Pakistan. The project was initiated in 2010 to fill an information gap regarding the situation of this conflict-displaced population. Specifically, IVAP implements a multi-cluster assessment to gather information on the location and needs of IDPs, their breakdown by gender and age, their needs for WASH, shelter, food, health and other kinds of support. The data is widely used by the humanitarian community in Pakistan to enable an informed response based on the established location and needs of these families, thus ensuring assistance is appropriately targeted.
  

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  News and Events

  • ECHO Monitoring Visit 
    A delegation from ECHO (which funds IVAP) visited the IVAP project on 11th Feburary to monitor IVAP activities including field work and call centre activities. Feedback was very positive and the team was appreciated for the quality of their field work and data management.

  • Cluster Monitoring Mission 
    Protection Cluster Co-lead visited IVAP field teams. They appreciated the efforts of IVAP and compliment the contribution of IVAP to humanitarian works.

  • IVAP-IV Updates 
    IVAP-IV commenced in January 2013 to assess and profile the families displaced in KPK, focusing the Tirrah valley caseload so as to inform the humanitarian community of their needs and therefore ensure needs-based assistance for the most vulnerable. More than 80,000 families have been surveyed and profiled in 7 districts i.e. Kohat, Peshawar, Charsadda, Nowshera, Hangu, DIKhan and Kurrum.

  • Partners Support 
    IVAP-IV field activity was supported by a number of partners including PDMA, Save the Children, CESVI, ACTED, WFP, IOM, OXFAM in the form of staff secondments and PDA loans.

  • Implementing Partner in IVAP-IV  
    For intervension in Kurrum, Hangu and DIKhan IVAP was fully supported by an IP PAIMAN.

  • Call centre Updates 
    The IVAP Call Centre team is responsible for calling IDP families profilled in IVAP phase IV (i.e. from May 2013 till December 2013), keeping their records up to date and relevant.

  • Tirrah Displacement 
    In IVAP phase IV more than 48000 families are displaced from Tirrah valley, which makes 76% of the total IDP profilled families caseload.


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