The Marawi crisis: insights from ground zero

Written by Jo-ar A. Herrera, published on Philippine Daily Inquirer, November 17, 2018

Following the terrorist attack in Marawi in 2017, the Philippine Army was compelled to conduct initiatives to alleviate the condition of the communities affected by such a human-induced disaster. The security sector consulted the people and crafted plans of action after a series of dialogues with sultans, imams, traditional and religious leaders, the youth, academe, business and professional sectors, local community executives  and civil society organizations (CSOs), and the affected communities, to lay down the framework for disaster management.

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