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NDRRMC Response Clusters Situation Report #11 (as of 29 June 2017) - Marawi Siege

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Situation Overview

  • Emergency Observation Report: At around 1400H on 23 May 2017, a fire fight incident transpired between the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and members of the Maute Group and Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) who have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iran and Syria (ISIS).

  • The incident has affected all residents of Barangays Marawi Poblacion (Sarimanok Road), Basak Malutlut, Bangon, Tuca, Calocan East, Marinaut West, and Kilala of Marawi City. Residents of the city were not allowed to go out from their respective houses for security reasons. Exchange of gunfire in Barangays Tuca, Caloocan, and northern Marinaut has not stopped and roads leading to the city are being blocked both by government forces and Maute militants.

  • REGIONAL COMMAND AND COORDINATION CENTER (RCCC): In the morning of 27 May 2017, at RED ALERT status, the First Coordination Meeting among the Marawi Siege responders was held at Tomas Cabili Gymnasium, Iligan City. In the afternoon of 27 May 2017, the RCCC of ARMM and Region X was set up at the 3rd floor of Frostie Bites, Iligan City upon national directive to have a centralized reporting and gathering of relevant information as well as efforts in responding to the prevailing situation in Marawi City through the activation of Inter-Regional Response Clusters. Likewise, the RCCC Logistics Hub was also established on this day in Iligan City.

  • NDRRMC EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER (NEOC): On 17 June 2017, the NEOC was set up in Mahogany Hills, Kaplag, Brgy. Pala-o, Iligan City and at 4PM of the said date, held the First NDRRMC Coordination Meeting.

  • To date:

    • 84,086 families or 388,073 persons have been displaced by the armed conflict in Marawi, per accumulated data
    • 80 Evacuation Centers (ECs) are currently open with 3,469 families or 16,117 persons
    • 69,242 home-based internally displaced families or 332,907 persons tracked in 395 barangays in 7 Regions
    • The effect of this unrest has displaced families / persons coming from all 96 barangays of Marawi; from 20 other municipalities of Lanao del Sur (Balindong (Watu), Bayang, Binidayan, Buadiposo-Buntong, Bubong, Butig, Calanogas, Ditsaan-Ramain, Ganassi, Kapai, Lumba-Bayabao (Maguing), Lumbatan, Madamba, Madalum, Marantao, Masiu, Mulondo, Poona Bayabao (Gata), Saguiaran, and Tugaya); and from 2 municipalities of Lanao del Norte (Kolambungan and Sultan Naga Dimaporo / Karomatan).
  • Consolidated response reports for situational awareness is uploaded at: http://dromic.dswd.gov.ph/response-cluster-sitrep-on-marawi-siege/