ISLAMABAD (APP) - Deputy, Chairman NADRA, Muhammad Tariq Malik Wednesday said that 30 mobile vans and 73 offices of the organisation are providing free of the cost ID cards to IDPs of the distressed areas of Malakand division on the war footings. Talking in a state-run TV programme, the NADRA Dy Chairman said that 90 percent of the male and 47-50 percent of the female population of the distressed areas already possess the cards. However, some people have left their cards at home while leaving in hurry in the emergency situation, he said such people could get the duplicate cards by providing the necessary information. He said that if they dont have any other information about their cards there data could be traced through the fingerprints or through the ID cards of their close relatives and facility members. NADRA is working in high esteem under the national spirit and all-out efforts are being made to facilitate the deserving IDPs get themselves registered for relief, he said. He said that so fare the organization has issued 20,000 cards to the eligible and efforts are being made to enhance the capacity. For this purpose the organization is working in coordination with the social welfare organizations, he added. To a question he said the IDPs could visit the nearest National Registration Center to got themselves registered. NADRA is also setting up call centre in this connection with number 05190391234 where the IDPs can get themselves registered given that their permanent or temporary address is in the stressed areas, he informed. To another question he said that preparation of cards may take sometime but the affectees can use the NADRA token as alternate to get themselves enrolled for relief. 'IRC providing potable water to IDPs' The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is working to assist the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in NWFP. IRC providing clean water and appropriate sanitation services to the IDPs, says a press release here on Wednesday. IRC is working in close collaboration with the government and UN agencies to assist people in registering and ensuring their rights. IRC teams made a special effort to reach out to unaccompanied women and children to make sure their rights are protected. The IRC is trucking in 252,000 liters of water per day to Jalozai camp alone. IRC engineers have helped the local government in repairing two wells that provide drinking water to some 70,000 people in Jalozai and Katcha Gari camps. For preventing diseases spread, IRC teams have constructed over 400 latrines, 200 washing places and 100 garbage disposal points in these camps. There remains a desperate need to make sure that the government and the humanitarian community have the resources they need to fund the assistance effort and make sure every IDP can survive in dignity, said IRCs Director of Programs, Dr. Pervez Shaukat.