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AGENDA Opening & Introductions Minutes of the meeting 18 th July, including action  points Developments in last weeks Update from NDMA Updates from the districts Information Management Recovery Update on Commitments for ER Programmes Update on Funding status

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Sc agenda 29 th aug 2012

  • AGENDA

  • Opening & Introductions

  • Minutes of the meeting 18th July, including action points

  • Developments in last weeks

    • Update from NDMA

    • Updates from the districts

  • Information Management

  • Recovery

  • Update on Commitments for ER Programmes

  • Update on Funding status

  • New Coordination Architecture in Pakistan

  • ERF Call for proposals

  • Cluster Coordination​on Workshop in Hyderabad

  • Shelter activities timeline

  • Shelter Cluster one year on

  • Shelter Cluster Evaluation

  • Stove design competition for women of Pakistan

  • Update from organizations on programs’ implementation

  • AOB

SC Agenda – 29th Aug 2012


Action points

Action Points


Update from ndma

Update from NDMA


Sindh updates key activities

Sindh Updates : key activities

Biweekly SC meetings in Umerkot, Sanghar, Tando Muhammad Khan, Tando Allah Yar, Badin, Mirpukhas, Monthly in S.Benazirabad and Umerkot

Monitoring of monsoon impact/mild-drought conditions in Western Sindh and impact on ER shelter projects and/or population displacement

Agencies suggested participate to joint field visits and organize discussions to share experiences and best practices, including on shelter construction and community mobilization

Quality of material to be monitored where issues seem particularly serious


Sindh updates progresses and challenges

Sindh Updates : progresses and challenges

  • ER shelter programmes on-going in all districts, some agencies to extend their projects>> guidance required up to Deh level to avoid duplications of projects

  • Many UCs of Badin remain uncovered (47/27/12)

  • Delays in procurement slows the pace of construction (all districts)

  • Communities busy in the fields during the cotton harvest (Sanghar)

  • Attempts to influence shelter projects towards a particular areas (MirpurKhas, Badin)

  • Other Challenges faced by agencies :

  • Low quality of material (Sanghar, Badin)

  • Access to water (Umerkot)

  • Strong social mobilization needed to manage the frustration of families not assisted (all districts)


Sindh updates

Sindh Updates

List of uncovered UCs amongst worst affected in Badin


Hands ors construction tmk

HANDS, ORS construction , TMK

Village Ali Muhammad Amaro, July 2012


Hands roofing kits tmk

HANDS, Roofing kits, TMK

Village Jewan Khan Rind, July 2012


Hands roofing kits tmk1

HANDS, Roofing kits TMK

Village Jewan Khan Rind, July 2012


Hdf housing project tmk

HDF, Housing project, TMK

August 2012


Self construction umerkot uc samaro road

Self construction, Umerkot, UC Samaro Road

July 2012


Sc early recovery summary by province

SC Early Recovery Summary by Province


Sc er update

SC ER-Update

Total Commitments (Sindh and Balochistan) so far (figures in brackets are the change so far during this month):


Committed ors t shelter remaining needs by district

Committed ORS, T-Shelter & Remaining needs by district


Committed ors t shelter by organizations

Committed ORS & T-Shelter by Organizations


Agency summary early recovery ors

  • 20,627 New Commitments of ORS between 18th July and 29th August 2012

Agency Summary – Early Recovery (ORS)


New coordination architecture

New Coordination Architecture


Erf call for proposals

ERF Call for proposals

$1.6 million USD – KP/ FATA

Life saving priority needs: Food security, Health, Wash and Shelter/ NFI

Proposals reviewed case by case, don’t need to be on HOP

Proposals deadline is 2pm (1400 hours) Thursday 30 August, 2012

http://www.pakresponse.info/ERF.aspx

ERF guidelines


Erf call for proposals1

ERF Call for proposals


Cluster coordination workshop in hyderabad

Cluster Coordination Workshop in Hyderabad

4ht September

Target: UN/NGO staff with responsibility for cluster management and NGO staff representing their agency at cluster meetings

Topics: Humanitarian Reform process (including the cluster approach and the new Transformative Agenda)

Organized by NGOs and Humanitarian Reform Project, implemented by ACTED, in partnership with PHF and NHN in Islamabad


Shelter activities timeline

Shelter activities timeline

Shelter Cluster - next 6 months

  • Info from cluster members:

  • Planned activities and deadlines

  • Expectations for SC role/activities

  • Modalities of discussions


Shelter cluster one year on

Shelter Cluster one year on

Compilation:

achievements

challenges

success stories

Deadline: September 7th


Shelter cluster evaluation

Shelter Cluster Evaluation

PAKISTAN FLOOD RESPONSE 2011

1. Coordination management

2. Impact of the coordination on the response

3. Deliverables or outputs

SC/TSSU – joint visit Global Cluster Leads (IFRC and IOM)


Stove design competition for women of pakistan

Stove design competition for women of Pakistan

Promoted by: DFID, Hands and Heritage Foundation

Objectives:

• to design a better way for cooking in Pakistan

• to avoid enormous health risks of exposure to open fires

• to stop gradual deforestation of a region

Deadline: September 15th

Contact: [email protected]


Stove design competition for women of pakistan1

Stove design competition for women of Pakistan

Promoted by: DFID, Hands and Heritage Foundation

Objectives:

• to design a better way for cooking in Pakistan

• to avoid enormous health risks of exposure to open fires

• to stop gradual deforestation of a region

Deadline: September 15th

Contact: WaseemSolangi - [email protected]


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