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Marawi buildings — with a price tag of P10-B — are...
Displaced residents are now pinning their hopes on the newly constituted Marawi Compensation Board
Moro group laments exclusion of Marawi in Marcos’ first SONA
Government still has so much to do to address issues hounding Marawi residents who were driven out of their homes
Marawi bishop welcomes relocation of families displaced by 2017 conflict
Bishop Dela Peña said the relocation of the people has become a “blessing,” as the city celebrates the feast Mary, Help of Christians
Displaced residents of Marawi settle in new homes as UN’s rebuilding...
On May 30, the UN-Habitat will wrap up its Marawi Resettlement Site projects in the devastated city
Civil society groups say gov’t efforts to rebuild Marawi ‘a dismal...
“There are still unmet needs and issues ... such as lack of food and livelihood, poor sanitation and hygiene conditions”
Thousands flock to Marawi’s Grand Mosque as it reopens to mark...
The Grand Mosque is located in the "most affected area" during the five-month shooting war that left Marawi in ruins in 2017
Next administration ‘crucial’ to Marawi Compensation Act implementation
The law grants private property owners compensation based on the sum of the current market value of the land and the cost of structures
Marawi’s displaced people welcome passage of compensation bill in Philippine Senate
The bill mandates the creation of a Board that will facilitate tax-free payment of reparations to individuals displaced by the conflict
Church, rights groups demand ‘clear plan’ for Marawi four years after...
An estimated 17,446 families, or 87,230 individuals, remain displaced four years after the Marawi conflict
Marawi siege anniversary: ICRC helps families remember missing loved ones
Beyond the psychological pain of not knowing what has happened to their loved ones, families of the missing have other needs
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