Last updated: 02/4/2020
Programme objectives

To support the early recovery of families affected by the military crisis; to promote child health; and to strengthen the government’s service delivery capacity in affected federally-administered tribal areas.

References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Country
Geographic area
Previous programme name (if any)
 
Institutions and agencies involved
Start date
2015
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Programme components
The project is composed of the Early Recovery Package—including the Early Recovery Grant (ERG) and the Livelihood Support Grant (LSG)—and the Child Wellness Grant (CWG). Moreover, financing by the World Bank was meant to support the government in delivering services to affected areas.
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Conditionalities (if any)
CWG is conditional on attendance in health awareness sessions at one‐stop shops.
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Contribution type and amount
 
Targeting methods
Categorical Targeting
Geographical Targeting
Targeted areas
Federally-administered tribal areas (FATA)
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Target groups
Temporarily Displaced Persons (TPD) and children
Eligibility criteria
Registered TDP households (with both temporary and permanent addresses) from five FATA Agencies (North Waziristan, South Waziristan, Orakzai, Kurram and Khyber) are eligible for the programme. Moreover, all households from the same areas, with children aged 0-2 years old, are eligible for the Child Wellness Grant, irrespective of their TPD status.
References
World Bank. 2015. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Credit in the Amount of SDR 53.4 million (US$ 75.0 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporarily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/816761468178759289/pdf/PAD1345-PAD-P154278-Box393185B-OUO-9-IDA-R2015-0229-1.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Eligibility reassessment (if any)
 
Type of benefits
Cash
Amount of benefits
PKR35,000 (approximately USD350) per family—ERG aiming to assist beneficiaries' resettlement and offset their transportation costs PKR4,000 (approximately USD40) per month for four months per family—LSG to provide subsistence support PKR7,500 (approximately USD75) divided in three equal installments—CWG paid upon families’ attendance to health awareness sessions
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Payment/delivery frequency
ERG: one-time transfer LSG: monthly CWG: paid in three instalments.
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Benefit delivery mechanism
The National Bank of Pakistan is the payment service provider. Beneficiaries withdraw cash from their accounts.
References
World Bank. 2016. FATA Temporarily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project (P154278). Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/314841484043843720/pdf/ITM00267-P154278-01-09-2017-1483996392111.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Benefit recipients
Heads of households.
References
World Bank. 2015. Project Appraisal Document on a Proposed Credit in the Amount of SDR 53.4 million (US$ 75.0 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporarily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/816761468178759289/pdf/PAD1345-PAD-P154278-Box393185B-OUO-9-IDA-R2015-0229-1.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Minimum and maximum duration of benefits (if any)
The project is expected to end in 2019.
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Coverage
326,000 households eligible for the ERG and LSG, and 300,000 households eligible for the CWG were estimated in 2017.
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Programme expenditure
World Bank's original financing: USD75 million. World Bank's additional financing: USD114 million (until 2019). The government has also contributed with USD10 million to finance this programme.
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms and frequency
EAD is responsible for the project monitoring. The project is supported by a management information system developed and managed by NADRA. An independent firm conducts spot checks and process evaluation.
References
World Bank. 2017. Project Paper on a Proposed Additional Credit in the Amount of SDR 81 million (US$ 114 million equivalent) to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for a FATA Temporalily Displaced Persons Emergency Recovery Project. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/567201506218433228/pdf/PAKISTAN-FATA-PAD-09012017.pdf>. Accessed 16 May 2018.
Legal Framework
 
MIS
 
Population Group
Children