MARAWI REHABILITATION

With many displaced residents still feeling the impact of the Marawi Siege in 2017, a speedy, inclusive, and holistic rehabilitation process is gaining more and more urgency. With this in mind, MP Anna works in Parliament to increase access to information on Marawi Rehabilitation, especially for those affected or displaced by the siege.

THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON MARAWI

MP Atty. Basman principally authored Proposed Resolution No. 112 creating the Special Committee on Marawi Rehabilitation “to look into the status of the Marawi recovery, reconstruction, and rehabilitation efforts.”

On 26 September 2019, in consolidation with other similar resolutions, the proposed resolution was approved by the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) thereby creating the Special Committee that will serve as the BTA’s mechanism for “gathering data on and monitoring the status of the recovery, reconstruction, and rehabilitation efforts planned and/or implemented for Marawi City, and offering recommendations for the Bangsamoro Government’s appropriate action in relation thereto.”

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SPECIAL
COMMITTEE'S INITIATIVES IN 2019

IN NUMBERS

Since it began its work on Marawi Rehabilitation, the office has held:

1

capacity-building and
learning activity

6

public hearings and consultations

DOCUMENTS ON MARAWI REHABILITATION