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...
Oxfam, along with our partners, has been working in the Philippines for 30 years, or since 1988, doing long-term humanitarian, development, and advocacy work. We know the devastating reports that have emerged will have damaged trust – and we are working to rebuild it. Oxfam treats allegations of...
Women of Marawi
Eight months after the conflict erupted in Marawi, the pursuit of recovery remains a long-term endeavor. While needs of displaced families are continually being addressed by government and humanitarian actors, a big number of the displaced population continue to face difficult conditions.
Fishermen launch newly-built fibreglass boat in Tacloban City (Photo: Carolyn Gluck/Oxfam)
Oxfam in the Philippines is looking to partner with organizations in the Autonomous Region for Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) that have been working in the fields of VAWG and CEFM.
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