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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON THE FOOD AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OF THE DSWD

WHAT IS THE FOOD AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OF DSWD?

The DSWD is giving P1,000.00 as food assistance to an internally displaced family to provide for their immediate needs for the observance of Ramadan for Muslim families and for immediate needs of Non-Muslim families. The financial assistance of P4,000.00 is for their return to their communities once it is safe for them to do so.

 

WHO IS QUALIFIED TO AVAIL WITH THE P5,000 FOOD AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE?

Only those that have registered their names with their barangay officials and validated by the DSWD / CSWDO / MSWDO as truly affected evacuees are qualified for the food and financial assistance – including those that are staying in evacuation centers and are home-based (those staying in the communities outside evacuation centers.

 

WHEN WAS THE FOOD ASSISTANCE PAID OUT?

Last June 20-29, 2017, DSWD paid out P1,000.00 to those validated evacuees staying in evacuation centers and are those who are home-based, based on the list of validated evacuees recorded on June 14, 2017 data. The amount was paid out in celebration to Eid Al-Fitr, and culmination of Ramadan.

 

I ALREADY RECEIVED THE P1,000 FOOD ASSISTANCE FROM DSWD LAST JUNE 20-29, 2017. WHEN AND WHERE CAN I CLAIM THE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OF P4,000?

For those who were able to receive the P1,000.00 last June 20-29, 2017, they will be able to claim the financial assistance of P4,000.00 when they return home in Marawi City. The schedule of payout will be announced by DSWD-ARMM.

 

I WASN’T ABLE TO CLAIM MY P1,000 FROM DSWD LAST JUNE 20-29, 2017. WHEN AND WHERE CAN I CLAIM MY FOOD ASSISTANCE?

For those who were not able to claim their P1,000.00 last June 20-29, 2017, they may claim their P1,000.00 food assistance, including the P4,000.00 financial assistance when they return home in Marawi City.

 

I AM AN EVACUEE FROM MARAWI AND HAVE NOT RECEIVED ANY ASSISTANCE FROM DSWD. WHAT CAN I DO?

You may register with your purok leader where you are staying. July 5, 2017 is the last day of registration for all evacuees. You purok leader will be submit all registered names to their barangay captain who is responsible in endorsing your names to the DSWD for validation through an interview.

 

IF I AM NOT ABLE TO REGISTER ON OR BEFORE JULY 5, 2017, WILL I STILL BE ABLE TO CLAIM FOOD AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FROM DSWD?

You will no longer receive food and financial assistance from DSWD if you fail to register on or before July 5, 2017. Only those who are able to register on or before July 5, 2017 will be the ones who will be validated by DSWD.

 

WHAT DOES A DSWD / CSWDO / MSWDO VALIDATION MEAN?

A validation is a process done by DSWD / CSWDO / MSWDO through an interview with the evacuee to verify that they are indeed real evacuees from Marawi City. This is done so that real evacuees will really receive the assistance from DSWD, and not to those who are taking advantage of the crisis situation.

 

IS IT GUARANTEED THAT AFTER I AM INTERVIEWED BY DSWD, I WILL BE ABLE TO RECEIVE THE FOOD ASSISTANCE?

If you have been validated and verified that you are a real evacuee from Marawi, you are qualified to receive the food assistance and other financial assistance from the DSWD. You will be given a Disaster Assistance Family Access Card by the DSWD, which means that you are entitled to receive relief goods and financial assistance from the Agency.

 

I WAS ABLE TO REGISTER BUT I STILL HAVEN’T BEEN INTERVIEWED BY THE DSWD / CSWDO / MSWDO. WHAT SHOULD I DO?

You may approach your purok leader or barangay captain and follow up the status of your registration. The barangay captain or barangay officials will be the ones to coordinate with the CSWDO / MSWDO regarding the need to validate and interview you.

 

THE DSWD HAVE ALREADY VALIDATED ME, BUT I STILL HAVEN’T RECEIVED ANY ASSISTANCE FROM DSWD. WHAT SHOULD I DO?

You may coordinate with your barangay officials to know the schedule of distribution of relief goods in your area. The barangay officials are the ones who are coordinating with the CSWDO / MSWDO on the schedule of distribution of relief goods in your area. The CSWDO / MSWDO are the ones who request for additional relief goods with DSWD.

 

CAN I CLAIM MY RELIEF GOODS OR FOOD ASSISTANCE FROM A DSWD OFFICE?

No. No distribution is being conducted in any DSWD offices. Distribution of relief goods are done in evacuation centers and in barangay halls. The schedule of distribution of relief goods depends upon the request of the CSWDO / MSWDO to DSWD.

 

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ANG MGA PANGUTANA UG TUBAG MAHITUNGOD SA FOOD UG FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SA DSWD

UNSA ANG FOOD UG FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE?

Ang food assistance sa DSWD gipanghatag para sa mga bakwit nga gikan sa Marawi City. Naghatag ug P1,000 ang DSWD para sa gikingahanglan nga pagkaon sa Ramadan, ug dugang nga P4,000 para sa ilang pagpanguli sa Marawi City.

KINSA ANG MAKADAWAT SA P5,000 NGA FOOD UG FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE?

Ang makadawat sa P5,000 mao lang ang napamatud-an / na-validate sa DSWD / CSWDO / MSWDO nga tinuod nga bakwit gikan sa Marawi, apil sa kadtong nagpuyo sa mga evacuation centers, ug kadtong mga home-based (mga bakwit nga nagpuyo sa mga komunidad, gawas sa evacuation center)

KANUS-A NAGSUGOD ANG PAGPANGHATAG SA FOOD ASSISTANCE?

Niadtong June 20-29, 2017, nanghatag ug P1,000 ang DSWD para sa na validate nga mga bakwit nga naa sa evacuation centers ug home-based basi sa listahan sa mga bakwit nga na-validate niadtong June 14, 2017. Kini gipanghatag dungan sa pagsaulog sa Eid Al-Fitr – ang pagtapos sa Ramadan.

NAKADAWAT NA KO SA P1,000 FOOD ASSISTANCE GIKAN SA DSWD NIADTONG JUNE 20-29, 2017, KANUS-A UG ASA NAKO MAKUHA ANG P4,000?

Sa kadtong nakadawat na sa P1,000 niadtong June 20-29, 2017, ilang madawat ang ilang P4,000 didto na sa Marawi City, sa ilang pag-uli. Ang schedule himuon pa sa DSWD-ARMM.

WALA KO MAKADAWAT SA P1,000 GIKAN SA DSWD NIADTONG JUNE 20-29, 2017, KANUS-A UG ASA NAKO MAKUHA ANG FOOD ASSISTANCE?

Ang wala makadawat sa P1,000 niadtong June 20-29, 2017, ilang makuha ilang P1,000 apil ilang 4,000 didto na sa Marawi City, sa ilang pag-uli. Ang schedule himuon pa sa DSWD-ARMM. Ang kadto rang nakarehistro ug na-validate sa DSWD / CSWDO / MSWDO ang makadawat sa kwarta.

TINUOD KO NGA BAKWIT GIKAN SA MARAWI UG WALA PA KOY NADAWAT UG HINABANG SA DSWD APIL ANG FOOD ASSISTANCE, UNSA AKONG BUHATON?

Pagparehistro diha sa inyong purok leader kung aha ka nagpuyo karon nga barangay. HULYO 5, 2017 ANG KATAPUSANG ADLAW SA PAGREHISTRO SA MGA BAKWIT. Ang inyong purok leader maoy muhatag sa inyong pangalan sa barangay kapitan. Responsibilidad sa barangay kapitan nga muhatag sa inyong pangalan sa DSWD para i-validate ka, pinaagi sa pag-interview sa imo.

KUNG DILI KO MAKAREHISTRO SA HULYO 5, 2017, MAKADAWAT PA BA KO SA FOOD ASSISTANCE UG FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE?

Dili na makadawat sa food assistance ang kadtong dili makarehistro sa Hulyo 5. Ang tanang bakwit nga nakarehistro sa dili pa Hulyo 5 ug nakarehistro nianang adlawa mao ray i-validate sa DSWD.

UNSAY PASABOT SA VALIDATION NGA GIHIMO SA DSWD / CSWDO / MSWDO?

Ang validation usa ka proseso nga gihimo sa DSWD / CSWDO / MSWDO pinaagi sa pag-interview sa mga bakwit aron tan-awon kung tinuod ba sila nga bakwit gikan sa Marawi City. Gihimo kini aron ang mga ginapanghatag nga hinabang madawat gyud sa mga bakwit nga tinuod ug dili didto mga “sakay sa panahon.”

ANG TANAN BA NGA I-INTERVIEW SA DSWD PARA VALIDATION MAKADAWAT SA FOOD ASSISTANCE?

Kung mapamatud-an nga tinuod nga bakwit ang nakarehistro, kwalipikado nga makadawat siya sa food assistance. Pero kung makita nga dili tinuod nga bakwit ang nakarehistro, dili siya makadawat sa food assistance.

NAKAREHISTRO KO PERO WALA KO MA-INTERVIEW / MA-VALIDATE SA DSWD, UNSA AKONG BUHATON?

Duola ang inyong purok leader o barangay kapitan para sa status sa inyong pagrehistro. Ang barangay kapitan o barangay officials ang makigstorya sa CSWDO / MSWDO nga wala ka ma-validate aron ma-interview ka.

NA-VALIDATE NA KO SA DSWD, PERO WALA PA MI MAKADAWAT UG HINABANG SA AHENSYA? UNSA AKONG BUHATON?

Duola ang inyong barangay officials aron mahibaw-an ang schedule sa distribution sa relief goods. Ang inyong barangay officials ang naka coordinate sa CSWDO / MSWDO sa schedule sa pagpanghatag ug relief goods. Ang CSWDO / MSWDO ang magrequest sa DSWD ug relief goods para i-distribute kini sa inyong barangay.

PWEDE BA KO MUKUHA UG RELIEF GOODS UG FOOD ASSISTANCE SA OPISINA SA DSWD?

Dili. Walay distribusyon nga gabuhaton sa tanang opisina sa DSWD. Ang distribusyon ginahimo lang sa evacuation centers para sa mga bakwit nga nagpuyo sa evacuation center, ug sa barangay hall para sa mga bakwit nga nagpuyo sa mga komunidad. Ang schedule sa distribution nakaagad lang sa request sa CSWDO / MSWDO sa DSWD. ###

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DSWD FO X Update on Disaster and Response Operation as of 12NN July 3, 2017

The total number of IDPs served in the Region have reach to 34,627 families or 161,849 persons. There are currently 40 evacuation centers housing 2,666 families or 11,774 persons. The number of home-based families total to 31,961 or 150,075 persons.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families increased to 29,697 or 141,829 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers including Iligan City is 2,662or 11,758 persons.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served remained at 15,490. There are 787 families sheltered in evacuation centers or 3,808 persons, while the number of home-based families served is now 14,703 or 71,777 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still existing and operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served remain at 4,412; four (4) families are staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 423 families who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 95 families or 475 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in four barangays of Ozamiz City namely: Brgy. Maningcol, Brgy. Tinago, Brgy. San Antonio, and Brgy. Gango.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P82,205,135.00 of which P78,908,025.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P56,275,260.00 for Family Food Packs and P22,632,766.00 for non-food assistance.

The Province of Lanao del Norte including the lone district of Iligan City has provided P1,852,443.00 for IDPs while Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) have also provided a total of P1,444,667.00 worth of assistance.

For IDPs in evacuation centers who wish to avail of transportation assistance or the Balik Probinsiya Program, they may ask the Camp Managers for referral letter to be submitted to social workers assigned at the Operations Center, for assessment and assistance.

To date, the DSWD-10 has provided a total of P106,779.00 transportation assistance to sixty (60) IDPs who went back to their respective provinces.

The regional office has also facilitated the distribution of the P1,000.00 food assistance for Ramadan to 20,401 validated IDP families amounting to P20,401,000.00.

DSWD-X has been continuously joining the National Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) meetings along with the Office of Civil Defense, DSWD-ARMM, DOH and other government or non-government agencies for regular updating, resolution of issues and point of collaboration pertaining to the disaster operation. ###

JAMILA M. TAHA, DSWD-10

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JOINT STATEMENT of DSWD Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, DSWD-ARMM Secretary Haroun Al-Rashid Lucman and Marawi City Mayor Majul Usman Gandamra regarding the Financial Assistance to the Internally Displaced Families affected by the armed conflict in Marawi City

Joint Statement page 1

Joint Statement page 2

 

 

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DSWD FO X Update on Disaster and Response Operation as of 12NN July 2, 2017

The total number of IDPs served in the Region have reach to 34,328 families or 160,521 persons. There are currently 40 evacuation centers housing 2,666 families or 11,774 persons. The number of home-based families total to 31,662 or 148,747 persons.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families decreased to 29,398 or 140,501 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers including Iligan City is 2,662or 11,758 persons.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served remained at 15,490. There are 787 families sheltered in evacuation centers or 3,808 persons, while the number of home-based families served is now 14,703 or 71,777 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still existing and operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served remain at 4,412; four (4) families are staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 423 families who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 95 families or 475 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in four barangays of Ozamiz City namely: Brgy. Maningcol, Brgy. Tinago, Brgy. San Antonio, and Brgy. Gango.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P82,205,135.00 of which P78,908,025.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P56,275,260.00 for Family Food Packs and P22,632,766.00 for non-food assistance.

The Province of Lanao del Norte including the lone district of Iligan City has provided P1,852,443.00 for IDPs while Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) have also provided a total of P1,444,667.00 worth of assistance.

The DSWD Central Office, DSWD-ARMM and the city government of Marawi have issued a joint statement regarding the financial assistance to internally displaced families affected by the armed conflict of Marawi City, signed by Secretary Judy Taguiwalo, Secretary Haroun Al-Rashid Lucman and Majul Usman Gandamra.###

JAMILA M. TAHA, DSWD-10

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DSWD FO X Update on Disaster and Response Operation as of 12NN July 1, 2017

The total number of IDPs served in the Region increases to 34,339 families or 160,598 persons. There are currently 40 evacuation centers housing 2,666 families or 11,774 persons. The number of home-based families total to 31,673 or 148,824 persons.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families increased to 29,409 or 140,578 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers including Iligan City is 2,662or 11,758 persons.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served increases to 15,490. There are 787 families sheltered in evacuation centers or 3,808 persons, while the number of home-based families served is now 14,703 or 71,777 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still existing and operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served remain at 4,412; three (3) families are staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 423 families who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 95 families or 475 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in four barangays of Ozamiz City namely: Brgy. Maningcol, Brgy. Tinago, Brgy. San Antonio, and Brgy. Gango.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P78,197,017.00 of which P74,906,579.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P56,027,540.00 for Family Food Packs and P18,879,040.00 for non-food assistance.

Government agencies: Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR-10), Department of Agriculture (DA) and DA-regions 10, 12, 9), Office of Civil Defense (OCD) and the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Compostela Valley also provided relief assistance for the IDPs through the DSWD Field Office X, recorded, as of June 23, 2017. The items comprise mostly of food and non-food items.

The Province of Lanao del Norte including the lone district of Iligan City has provided P1,852,443.00 for IDPs while Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) have also provided a total of P758,629.00 as recorded, as of June 25, 2017.

The DSWD is providing family tents as temporary shelters to IDPs housed in different Madrasahs (Arabic schools) since schools are to open very soon.

DSWD-X has been continuously joining the Regional Coordination Command Center meeting along with the Office of Civil Defense, DSWD-ARMM, DOH and other agencies for regular updating, resolution of issues and point of collaboration pertaining to the disaster operation.

The DSWD through Usec Hope Hervilla announces that July 5, 2017 will be the last day of registration of IDPs from Marawi City. The IDPs have to be enlisted to the barangay hosting them for validation of the City Social Welfare and Development Office or CSWDO. Once validated the IDPs will be given Disaster Assistance Family Access Card (DAFAC) which will be the basis for DSWD and other government agencies’ assistance. ###

JAMILA M. TAHA, DSWD-10

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Secretary Judy Taguiwalo inspects DSWD Family Tents in Balo-i

DSWD Sec Judy Taguiwalo, with FO 10 Regional Director Nestor Ramos inspects the installed family tents for the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) housed in Barangay Landa, Balo-i, Lanao del Norte. Secretary Taguiwalo also had a meeting with the DSWD Field Office X workers earlier at the Disaster Relief Operations Center in Iligan City. Photos by Jamila Taha, DSWD-10
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Disaster Relief Assistance Update (6/29/17, 12NN)

 

Date of incident: May 23, 2017
Type of incident: Armed conflict
Location: Marawi City

The total number of IDPs served in the Region increases to 33,723 families or 157,342 persons. There are currently 38 evacuation centers in region 10 housing 2,445 families or 11,116 persons. The number of home-based families total to 31,278 or 146,226 persons.

The number of Evacuation Centers (ECs) in Region 10 is as follows: Iligan City – 5; Balo-i – 11; Pantar – 1; Pantao Ragat – 20; Cagayan de Oro City – 1.

For the whole province of Lanao del Norte including Iligan City, the total number of IDP families served increases to 28,799 or 137,351 persons. The number of families inside evacuation centers served, including Iligan City, is 2,441 or 11,100 persons. Home-based Families served in Lanao del Norte, including Iligan City, is 26,358 or 126,251.

For Iligan City alone, the number of IDP families served is 15,474 or 75,545 persons. There are 771 families sheltered in evacuation centers served or 3,768 persons, while the number of home-based IDP families served is 14,703 or 71,777 persons.

Five Evacuation Centers are still operational in Iligan City namely: Buru-un School of Fisheries, Buru-un Gym, Tibanga Gym, Bayanihan Gym, and Ma. Cristina Gym.

In Misamis Oriental, the number of IDP families served is 4,406 or 17,955 persons; four (4) families or 16 persons staying in the lone evacuation Center situated in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City are served. The number of home-based IDP families is 4,402 or 17,939 persons.

In Bukidnon, the number of IDP families served remain at 423 families or 1,561 persons who are all home-based or staying with their relatives in the municipalities of Kalilangan, Lantapan, Pangantucan, San Fernando and the cities of Malaybalay and Valencia.

In Misamis Occidental, the number of IDP families served remain at 95 families or 475 persons who are all home-based temporarily residing in four barangays of Ozamiz City namely: Brgy. Maningcol, Brgy. Tinago, Brgy. San Antonio, and Brgy. Gango.

Total cost of assistance extended to IDPs amounts to P70,008,411.00 of which P67,397,339.00 is extended by DSWD. Breakdown of Cost assistance is P51,374,630.00 for Family Food Packs and P16,022,710.00 for non-food assistance.

The Province of Lanao del Norte provided P1,852,443.00 for IDPs and Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) also provided a total of P758,629.00 as recorded.

The DSWD addresses the concern of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) housed in evacuation centers in Balo-i, Pantar and Pantao Ragat, the DSWD Field Office 10 is currently installing the 239 DSWD Family Tents to serve as temporary shelters for the IDPs. The Family Tents can house 1 family per tent.

Mayor Joselito E. Miquiabas of Bacolod, Lanao del Norte agreed to house the 1,225 Family Tents at the Bacolod LGU for storage until it will be scheduled for installation in the 3 municipalities mentioned. DSWD FO X storage hub in Linamon, Lanao del Norte also has 400 Family Tents ready for installation to the different areas.

For IDPs with missing relatives or friends, they are advised to coordinate with the Office of Civil Defense in their respective areas. The Office of Civil Defense is the primary agency for coordination with regards to missing persons and other related concerns.

For IDPs in evacuation centers who wish to avail of transportation assistance or the Balik Probinsiya Program, they may ask the Camp Managers for referral letter to be submitted to social workers assigned at the Operations Center, who will assess them if they are qualified or not based on their Disaster Assistance Family Access Card (DAFAC) and Barangay Certification.

To date, a total of P106,779.00 is already released to 60 IDP family beneficiaries as transportation assistance for those who went home to their respective provinces.

IDPs can avail of both food and non –food assistance upon the endorsement from the Local Government Units through the Municipal City Social Welfare and Development Officers in the areas where they are temporarily residing for home-based IDPs and camp managers for IDPs living inside the evacuation camps.

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office X facilitates the on-going distribution of the P1,000.00 food assistance for Ramadan to all validated IDPs. To date, there are 25,026 validated IDP families throughout Region 10 (Lanao del Norte, Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental, Misamis Occidental) qualified for the said assistance – 75% have already received the assistance or 18,843 IDP families, which totals to P18,843,000.00. DSWD Field Office X is currently continuing the assistance pay-out for IDPs.

As of yesterday, June 28, 2017, burial assistance was extended to 18 families who lost their families during the conflict in Marawi. The DSWD is currently arranging an agreement with Capin Funeral Homes to accommodate the bereaved.

DSWD-X has been continuously joining the Regional Coordination Command Center meeting along with the Office of Civil Defense, DSWD-ARMM, DOH and other agencies for regular updating, resolution of issues and point of collaboration pertaining to the disaster operation.

Infographics on Marawi Clash Disaster Response Update June 29, 2017 12NN

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