The recent wave of militancy and terrorism has spilled over rapidly from FATA to the settled districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, threatening the entire social fabric of the province.

With the closure of refugee camps and subsequent withdrawal of humanitarian assistance compelled these afghan families to urban localities, and turned in to alternate livelihood patterns for their survival. Resultantly, the shift put huge pressure on the service structure including livelihood, education, health, water and sanitation services in all metropolis of Pakistan. Afghans concentrated in and around villages and camps have contributed to the degradation of the environment, accelerating the deterioration of the physical infrastructure, forests and livestock grazing areas.

Although economic backwardness, low human development and relative poverty do not, by themselves, give rise to violence, they do provide the underlying structural conditions that militant groups can exploit to achieve their goals by promising better opportunities and hope for social justice and equity. Large sections of the population still lack access to electricity, health  ,Education ,clean drinking water and sanitation facilities. Even where rudimentary facilities exist, service levels are barely functional.

Keeping in view the complexity of the problem, IDEA contemplates with a view of compensating local populace for their sufferings and facilitates Afghan Refugees for sustainable returns and enhancing their social ties with local communities in the period in between.

  • Location: District Nowshera and Peshawar
  • Donor/Partner: UNHCR in Pakistan,RAHA-KP, KFW
  • PM/Focal name: Mr. Saeed Ul Hassan
  • Time Line  October June 2015-Jan 2016

Afghan crisis, emanated with the several issues in Pakistan. With the closure of refugee camps and subsequent withdrawal of humanitarian assistance compelled these afghan families to urban localities Resultantly, the shift pu t huge pressure on the service structure including llivelihood, education, health, water and sanitation services in all metropolis of Pakistan specially Peshawar and surrounding disticts.


Enhancing Capacities & Infrastructure of Union Council Mamoo Khatkay, Peshawar & improvement of infrastructure of 01 government school in nowshehra


The project has been implemented in village mamo, Khatkay,of UC Mamo Khatkay District Peshawar & Village Dag Behsud of UC Dag Behsud District Nowshehra.

The only Primary school for girls located at Village Mamo is partially damaged. The four rooms in new building are fully damaged. More than 200 girl students are enrolled in this school.Only two rooms were  functional. Children of five villages(mamo, Khatkay, Garib Abad, Shiekhbaba koroona and Haji Zai) are coming to this school. Most of the parents were not sending their daughters to this school because of low seating capacity and poor infrastructure of school. Due to this many girls were out of school in the area. The next most nearest schools is at Garhi Karim Dad which is about 3 km away from the target school. One portion of the boundary wall was partially damaged and need to be reconstructed. By construction of the proposed four rooms in the school, enrolment has be increased  while providing appropriate seating, i.e 50 students per room.

The Boys primary school of Mamo Khatkay has more than 400 students. It had only four rooms. Four classes were sitting in open air. They were using walls as black boards. During the rainy season most of the classes were off due to unavailability of rooms.

IDEA has constructed four additional rooms in Government Girls Primary School Mamo Khatkai and four additional rooms in Government Boys Primary School Momo Khatkai.

The partial damaged boundary has also been  reconstructed & raised in girl’s primary school.

PTC has played a key role in monitoring and to ensure quality work. Members of PTC has bee given comprehensive trainings on their role and responsibilities. IDEA has provided the PTC essential material and supplies for their routine business.