PHPF - Annual Report 2017
PHPF - Annual Report 2017
PHPF 2017 ANNUAL REPORT
2017 IN REVIEW
From 2015 to 2017, based on the Government’s comprehensive returns plan, 94 per cent of displaced families have been assisted to return to their place of origin in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). The return program was designed to ensure wellbeing and provide reintegration opportunities for the returning population at their place of their origin. These locations re-quired the refurbishment of all basic services, including livelihoods, shelter, governance, security, rule of law, environment and social dimensions, to encourage the constructive reintegration of displaced populations.
The disbursement of funds through PHPF has safeguarded the provision of the most critical, lifesaving and time sensitive hu-manitarian needs to the people through principled, timely, and coordinated response, as well as ensuring complementarity with other funding mechanisms. PHPF has contributed to promoting the sustainability of returns, opened opportunities to engage with the local authorities to improve collective collaboration, and helped create a common platform to advocate for better collaborative assessments and monitoring in FATA.
The Fund gives the Humanitarian Coordinator a greater ability to direct resources to the most critical humanitarian needs as identified in the 2017 Humanitarian Strategic Plan, and in 2018 will augment and support the provision of services on unmet humanitarian needs under the FATA transition Framework.
- In 2017 time-sensitive humanitarian assistance has been provided to 375,720 individuals in the sectors of Health, WASH, Emergency Shelter, Education and Nutrition.
- Broad and participatory stakeholder consultations to ensure high impact and transparent PHPF projects planning, imple-mentation and accountability to affected population.
- Improved humanitarian access and enhanced humanitarian and operational space for local and international partners to operate in FATA.
- Successful implementation of the World Humanitarian Summit and Grand Bargain commitments.
- Localized humanitarian response with the support of local and international civil society organizations. Some 82 per cent of partners are local NGOs.
- Improved monitoring and reporting on support to the affected population including options for sustainability of intervention.
- A renewed focus on results and improved coordination at all phases of the project cycle.
- Successful application of gender marker guidelines thereby promoting and advancing gender equality by addressing the needs of women including people with special requirements and their participation in all phases of the project cycle.
- Demonstrated effectiveness with rapid service delivery and as an entry point to the transition phase.
- Inclusive consultations with all the stakeholders including local communities, women and youth to ensure high impact and trans-parent PHPF projects planning, implementation and accountability to affected population.
- Continuity and provision of basic services in areas of return and as such promoted sustainability of the return process.
- Compliance with audit requirements and guidelines.