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Monsoon 2012 updates in Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan:
 47,309 beneficiaries (21,110 girls/women) been have been reached by the edu-cation response in Sindh, Balochistan and Punjab....

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Teaching and learning activities are continued in 1,962 TLCs
operational by UNICEF (1,920), and Save the Children(42)
benefitting education of 99,398 children including 44,777 girls...

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 By the reporting period 7,762 children including 3,211 girls
and 800 new displaced children from Khyber Agency are enrolled
in the 21 IDP camps schools and TLCs in host community...

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 140,562 including (56,818 girls/females) beneficiaries have accessed education services through provision of Temporary Learning Centers and school supplies in Sindh and Balochi-stan.
 27...

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Complex Emergency in KP-FATA:
 Education Cluster approved 28 projects of $ 4 million to meet the gap of education needs in and off camps under HOP 2012.
 8,884 children ( 3,757 girls...

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Monsoon 2012 updates :
 By reporting period Education Cluster has reached 8,421 beneficiaries
including 3,494 girls and women through provision of TLCs, education
supplies and...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

Monsoon 2012 updates in Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan:
 Education Cluster reached to 37,711 beneficiaries (15,510 girls and wom-en) in affected districts of Sindh, Balochistan and Punjab....

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 Education Cluster preparedness and response planning
activities are continued in Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan
and KP-FATA.
Complex Emergency in KP-FATA:
 KP/FATA cluster...

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Sector(s):
Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

 Education Cluster preparedness and response planning activities
are continued in Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan and KP-FATA
Complex Emergency in KP-FATA:
 11,248 children (Girls:...