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Balay Mindanaw DREAM Marawi 60-day Emergency Response

115,880 families or 527,704 persons displaced by the armed conflict in Marawi | 89 Evacuation Centers (ECs) are currently open with 5,055 families or 27,335 persons | 98,846 home-based internally displaced families or 442,981 persons tracked in 378 barangays in 8 Regions.

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Balay Mindanaw DREAM Marawi Response July 2, 2017

Balay Mindanaw DREAM #MarawiEmergencyResponse Updates for the week I. EMERGENCY RESPONSE  Providing potable water to affected families To grapple with the everyday challenges of providing safe and clean drinking water, two units of Skyhydrant under the custody of the National Incident Management Team (NIMT) are available to help prevent water

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Balay Mindanaw DREAM Updates as of June 29, 2017

In partnership with the Ranao Rescue Team and the Barangay Local Government Unit, 475 of these food packs containing 5kls of rice, 1.2kl of dressed chicken and 1 dozen eggs were distributed to home-based IDPs in Brgy. Santiago, Iligan City last June 20.

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Balay Mindanaw DREAM Updates as of June 19, 2017

Balay Mindanaw has lent another unit of Skyhydrant to be used by the National Incident Management Team (NIMT) to continue providing potable water to the Evacuation Centers. Our team from Balay Mindanaw also supported the NIMT in personally doing the rationing of the water in 5 Evacuation Centers in Balo-i, Lanao del Norte during the weekend.

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Balay Mindanaw DREAM Updates as of June 11, 2017

During the cluster meetings in the Regional Command and Coordination Center (RCCC) for the Marawi crisis situation, it was expressed that the evacuation centers in Iligan city as well as those in Lanao del Sur areas are in dire need of clean water. Unsafe drinking water has been one of the recurring issues under the WASH cluster (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) as of late. The distribution of bottled water was not also encouraged as it is not environmentally friendly and would add to the increasing volume of garbage.

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