Via ReliefWeb, an OCHA report: Pakistan: North Waziristan Displacements Situation Report No. 1 (as of 24 June 2014). Click through to download the PDF. The key points:
• The number of people displaced from North Waziristan Agency (NWA) has increased to over 455,000 people, with over 74 per cent of those displaced, women and children. Over 380,000 people have been displaced in just over a week, following the launch of the Government’s security operations on 15 June.
• The Government is providing cash grants IDPs as they register, along with other assistance. Humanitarian partners are providing food and health support while preparing to scale up the response.
• Displacements provide an opportunity to vaccinate children against polio, while at the same time pose a threat of further spread of polio to urban centres.
• Priority needs include protection, food, shelter, health, water, sanitation and hygiene. Urgent funding resources are needed to scale up the humanitarian response.
• On 24 June, the Government sent a letter requesting the humanitarian community to extend humanitarian assistance to the newly displaced IDPs from NWA, in addition to the already displaced 930,000 people.
• The Government has provided 25,000 metric tons of wheat to WFP to support the newly displaced IDPs from NWA.
This upheaval is due to the government's military operations against "non-state armed actors"—the Taliban and their allies.