from the United Nations Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) - Issue 9 October 2017
- As the Conflict continues in Marawi, authorities and humanitarian actors find ways to sustain support to those displaced.
- The delivery of activities funded by the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) reaches its midpoint and recipient agencies share learnings, challenges and next steps.
- The Humanitarian Country Team's Emergency response clusters hold a workshop to discuss key responsibilities and solutions for a medium-scale typhoon emergency.
- As part of the earthquake contingency planning for Metro Manila, the Community of Practice on Community Engagement publish the results of a pre-crisis information mapping survey and consultation.
359,680 of displaced persons (source: DSWD as of 30 August)
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