Summary IVAP Data 2010 - 2012

Summary IVAP Data 2010 - 2012

IVAP collects multi-cluster data, as requested by individual clusters. A summary of this data is found below. To access more detailed data, and to break it down by geographic area, please sign in to the IVAP live database
General information
Total number of TDP families 42,012
Average no. of individuals per family 5.32
No. of children aged <=2 22,772
No. of children aged 3-4 years 29,327
No. of children aged 5-18 years 90,122
No. of individuals aged 19-35 years 54,695
No. of indiviuals aged 36-50 years 21,830
No. of individuals aged above 50 14,651
          
Vulnerable individuals
No. of widows 2,181
No. of orphans/half orphans 3,951
No. of chronically ill individuals 12,673
No. of physically/mentally disabled individuals 4,542
% of families accessing health facilities at >5km distance 20 %
  
Health & Nutrition
% women accessing ANC 61 %
% females planning to deliver with trained health professional 65 %
% females breastfeeding 63 %
% CU5 enrolled in supplementary feeding 19 %
% families owning a mosquito net 56 %
% CU2 vaccinated 85 %
% CU5 vaccinated 98 %
Protection
% families wanting to return to origin location 95 %
% familieswanting to return to origin location, immediately but only when safe 96 %
% families reporting mistreatment in displacement 11 %
% families receiving protection assistance 34 %
% families benefitting from child protection activities 7 %
% families not contacting anyone outside of the family for child protection assistance 41 %
  
WASH
% families with inconsistent water availability 25 %
% families who have to walk 500-800 meters to collect water 4 %
% families who have to walk over 800 meters to collect water 1 %
% Families accessing unclean water 10 %
% families with no formal latrine system at home 8 %
% families using soap 43 %


Education
% children not attending school in host location 62 %
Food security/ livelihoods
% families with poor food consumption score 5 %
% families with borderline food consumption score 59 %
% families with acceptable food consumption score 36 %
% families reliant on daily wage labor 58 %
% families with combined family income less than 1000 Rs/month 4 %
% families with combined family income less than 5000 Rs/month 58 %
% families owning land in displacement 11 %
% families owning livestock in displacement 33 %
% families owning land in origin location 73 %
  
Shelter
% families living in tent 2 %
% families living in grass cottage 0.1 %
Average no. of individuals sleeping per room 4.5
% families paying rent in displacement 65 %
% families owning housing in origin location 92 %
Humanitarian Communications
% families reporting radio as most reliable information source 56 %
% families reporting mosque as most reliable information source 42 %
  
  
Year of Arrival in Displacement
Origin District 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total
Bajaur 105 1,471 1,609 652 286 28 00 4,151
Hangu 01 56 272 81 169 169 05 611
Khyber 14 163 1,541 1,905 569 3,158 1,441 8,791
FR Kohat 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
Kurram 203 716 1,955 1,092 1,187 612 19 5,784
Mohmand 75 782 1,203 886 737 247 05 3,935
North Waziristan 02 10 14 07 05 03 00 41
Orakzai 21 365 4,628 2,065 4,697 297 76 12,149
FR Peshawar 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
South Waziristan 01 595 4,003 110 904 22 00 5,635
Tank 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
Upper Dir 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
Total 422 4,158 15,225 6,798 8,554 4,394 1,546 41,097


Location of families in displacement off camp
  

Origin locations of displaced families
  

Priority needs in displacement (first , second and and third needs)


Priority needs to return to origin location

Housing Concern

Negative coping mechanism of TDPs in displacement