The armed confrontation between government forces and pro-ISIS militants in Marawi has forcibly displaced 98 percent of the total population of the city, as well as residents from nearby municipalities, who were compelled to leave due to severe food shortage and/or constriction of local economies.
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- Closing the Gaps, Issue No. 1 (Strengthening community-based capacities in response to the Marawi Humanitarian Crisis)
- Closing the Gaps, Issue No. 2 (Ensuring liberty and freedom of movement to IDPs of the Marawi Humanitarian Crisis)
- Closing the Gaps, Issue No. 3 (Strengthening Community-Based Capacities in Response to the Marawi Humanitarian Crisis)