Internally Displaced Person
Vulnerability Assessment & Profiling
Summary Data - 2013
Summary Data 2010 - 2012
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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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IVAP-V aims to profile all DPs currently in KP especially those from North Waziristan, covering the remaining 10,000 caseload from IVAP-IV. IVAP plans to cover:
1. 10,000 existing families and 9,000 newly displaced in Peshawar, Charsadda, Nowshehra and Kohat
2. 10,000 existing families and 7,000 newly displaced in Tank and D.I. Khan
3. 28,000 newly displaced families in Bannu
4. 5000 newly displaced families in Karak, Lakki Marwat and Hangu
ACTED with its partners CESVI and Concern Worldwide as Alliance 2015, is in collaboration with IVAP in relation to mutual support in 2014 DPs programming. The Alliance has agreed to collaborate on IVAP V, which plans to conduct profiling of IDP families in KP. IVAP has shared a caseload of around 23,000 DP families with the Alliance partners for assistance in WASH, livelihoods and Shelter NFIs.
MoU with Child Protection Welfare Commission (CPWC), Govt. of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
MoU between IVAP and CPWC KP has been signed and IVAP is currently in a position to share the child protection cases for information dissemination and targeted assistance for referral to humanitarian organizations by CPWC.
Staff Secondment from Partners
IVAP seconds staff from other organizations or partner organizations for the field activities, to augment the field activities as well as sense of ownership to IVAP data. Staff members from ACTED, Concern World Wide and CESVI are currently deployed in data collection activities in District Peshawar, while staff members from PDMA and WFP will soon join the activities.
For intervention in District D.I. Khan and Tank, PAIMAN has taken the lead to fully support the IVAP data collections activities in IVAP-V. In Bannu, BEST is going to initiate the activities for profiling of colossal caseload from NW DPs.
Call centre Updates
Core IVAP data update (2010 – 2012) has been completed by verifying around 21708 families residing in displacement. Currently core updates of District Tank and D. I. Khan are in progress. Missing CNICs of dislocated persons in IVAP-IV were recovered and uploaded accordingly.
IVAP technically assisted the Protection cluster in Return Intension Survey as well as Detailed Shelter Assessment in the form of designing data collection tools in ODK software, loaning of devices and data analysis. Furthermore, IVAP supported the mentioned clusters with human and logistic support as well. IVAP also provided technical support in MIRA in District Bannu.
IVAP-5 Live Tool
The IVAP-V live database has been made public and is visible to every humanitarian organization for easy access as well as data extraction for designing program activities and compliance with implementation.
1. CPRA (Child Protection Rapid Assessment)
2. WASH Assessment
3. District Charsadda Field Activity
4. Revision of IVAP-V questionnaire
5. Vulnerability Criteria assessment along with IVAP-V
6. Website redesigning
Note: Others include Lower Dir, Tank, Upper Dir, DI Khan, Hangu, Kohat, North Waziristan, Peshawar, and Swat Districts
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