The Philippines Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) issued a strategic response and resource mobilization document in July 2017 that outlines a framework for coordinated response to the Marawi Crisis. The document, which was updated in September and November of 2017, initially targeted 199,000 internally displaced people. The aim was to provide 115,000 people displaced in Lanao del Sur and Lanao del Norte, and 84,000 residents of Marawi City support for basic services, food security, protection, livelihood and early recovery support.
Continuing unmet humanitarian needs were identified by responding organizations in a comprehensive revision of the Mindanao Humanitarian Team (MHT) sectoral implementation plan in January 2018. The HCT Marawi Conflict Response and Resources Overview No. 4 is an updated document to reflect current needs and a response framework that extends to December 2018.
Previous HCT Marawi Conflict Response and Resources Overview documents:
- UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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