The Marawi crisis that happened in May 2017 had multi-faceted effects on women, men, girls, and boys. This report aims to provide a gender analysis of the situation of Marawi internally displaced individuals (IDPs). It seeks to inform about efforts on early recovery, highlight the need for gender...
Advancing women’s rights has seen many gains in the Philippines; yet many women continue to experience multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination and oppression. These are magnified during humanitarian emergencies.
Teenage mothers express their requests for more support to improve their situation in the evacuation centers
On her second month of staying at the "tent city", the evacuation center in Landa Pamana, Balo-I, Lanao del Norte that are made of tents from the DSWD, Noranya* laments the drudgery of everyday life brought by the discomfort of the conditions.
Marawi evacuees, volunteer
"Thank you, women who chose to stand for justice even if they stood alone."
How are remote towns doing two months into the Marawi crisis?
S'bang Ka (Rise Up) Marawi radio show
In Iligan City, where thousands who fled the armed clashes have sought refuge, two displaced Maranaos are using their voice to reach out and help others like them, through a radio program airing over the city’s top radio station...
As conflict continues to intensify in Marawi, with a predominant Muslim-population of about 200,000 people in Central Mindanao, very little is known of the plight of civilians trapped inside their homes and those who have fled, estimated to be a large number.
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