Pakistan Humanitarian Response Plan 2021

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 0.8
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Sector Objectives

  • 1

    Ensure that the most vulnerable populations have access to protection life-saving interventions, including protection assistance, counselling, information dissemination, access to services and rights
  • 2

    Prevent, protect and respond to sexual/gender-based violence issues of GBV survivors and at-risk groups
  • 3

    Protect children (girls and boys) from violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect
  • 4

    Prevent, anticipate and address risks of violence, discrimination, marginalization and xenophobia towards vulnerable groups by enhancing awareness and increasing resilience

Indicator overview

Ensure that the most vulnerable populations have access to protection life-saving interventions, including protection assistance, counselling, information dissemination, access to services and rights

Contributes tocheck_circleSpecific Objective 6
IndicatorUnitTarget
IN1: Number of women, men, girls and boys benefiting from protection life-saving interventions, including protection assistance, counseling, information dissemination, access to services and rightsPeople432,901
IN1: Number of people receiving case managementPeople1,809
IN1: Number of people benefiting from legal information and awareness raising activitiesPeople173,773
IN1: Number of vulnerable women linked with programs implemented by the Government through Messaging and Direct Contacts in the fieldWomen10,000
IN2: Number of people benefiting from group counsellingPeople19,600
IN2: Number of local authorities sensitized or trained on legal documentation and rule of lawStaff51
IN2: Number of vulnerable HBWs women identified and provided cash grantsWomen6,000
IN3: Number of people benefiting from recreational activitiesPeople19,089
IN3: Number of micro-businesses by women supportedWork opportunities500
IN4: Number of people benefiting from cash or vouchers for protection outcomesPeople100,832
IN5: Number of people successfully accessing essential protection services through safe referralsPeople117,798