Emergency Response to Flood Affected Persons in KPK, Pakistan



Implementing organisation: Diakonie - Austria gemeinntzige GmbH Country: Pakistan Contract sum: € 300.000,00 Project start: 25.08.2010 End: 31.12.2010

Short Description:

Overall goal


Mehr als 20 Millionen Menschen in Pakistan sind nach Sch„tzungen der Vereinten Nationen von den schlimmsten šberschwemmungen seit Jahrzehnten betroffen. Seit dem 21. Juli 2010 hat es nahezu ununterbrochen geregnet, weitaus heftiger als fr die Monsunzeit blich. In der Folge sind zahlreiche Flsse ber die Ufer getreten und haben weite Landstriche unter Wasser gesetzt. Allein in der Region Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa (KPK) sind gesch„tzte150.000 Familien von Nothilfemaánahmen abh„ngig.


Das vorliegende Projekt zielt auf eine Verbesserung der Lebensbedingungen von 2.800 Familien (rund 22.400 Personen) in 4 Bezirken (Nowshera, Charsadda, Swat und Shangla) der Region KPK ab. Durch die Bereitstellung von Non-Food-Items sollen folgende Ziele erreicht werden:


- Unterkunftsm”glichkeiten fr die Menschen und Schutz vor Moskitos;

- Verbesserte hygienische Situation;

- Utensilien fr Transport und Aufbewahrung von Trinkwasser

- Kochm”glichkeiten und Kochutensilien.


Die Versorgung der Zielgruppe soll im Zeitraum von 4 Monaten stattfinden.

project number 2659-02/2010
source of funding AKF
sector Humanit„re Hilfe: Sofortmaánahmen
tied
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    • BMLFUW - Federal Ministry for Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water
    • EU - Funds of the European Commission
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