Key Activities and Targets:

  • Trainings were held for community focal points throughout the course of the project. A total of 140 focal points including 79 males and 61 females have been trained so far in both regions. These include 95 focal points trained in Centre, Kohat and Hangu, and 45 focal points in South, D.I Khan and Tank.
  • A total of 142,392 individuals were¬†given direct MRE sessions in the field during the project period in 4,207 sessions. These include 36,084 adults and 106,308 children.
  • A total of 3,231 individuals were interviewed for the pre project KAP in both Centre (Kohat and Hangu) and South (D.I Khan and Tank). Out of these, 1520 were children and 1711 were adults. For total children, there were 729 males and 791 females. For adults, there were 1025 males and 686 females.
  • Similarly, a total of 2,121 individuals were interviewed for the post project KAP in both Centre (Kohat and Hangu) and South (D.I Khan and Tank). Out of these, 1,215 were children and 906 were adults. For total children, there were 600 males and 615 females. For adults, there were 457 males and 449 females.
  • IEC material was also distributed to the communities. 31,850 leaflets, 71,186 brochures, 26,520 posters and 12,826 stickers have been distributed

Key Activities and Targets:

  • 400 people from media, religious community, civil society organizations and local communities trained.
  • EMRE materials are distributed among the inhabitants of affected areas.
  • Local population at risk is aware of the threat.
  • Data on victims and dangerous areas is collected and circulated.
  • 4,100 direct MRE presentations held in during the project duration.
  • About 350,000 individuals are provided with direct MRE in the affected areas.
  • 125 Community focal points established, trained and provided with first aid boxes.
  • The local communities are motivated and their capacities are built to effectively and timely respond to such casualties. In this regard 100 community focal points are trained and provided with emergency items to efficiently respond to any unfortunate landmine incident.
  • Referral mechanism established where; landmine survivors are linked to rehabilitative and reintegration services providers.
  • Best practices disseminated and replicated through the use of print and electronic media.
  • 837 public messages broadcasted through local media.
  • International disabled day held in the project area.