The Bangsamoro Transition Authority Parliament’s Special Committee on Marawi Recovery, Reconstruction, and Rehabilitation (otherwise known as the Special Committee on Marawi, or SCM) presents this report which encapsulates information on the aftermath of the Marawi siege as gathered from various public hearings, consultations, field visitations, and documentary examinations.
This report summarizes the efforts of the national, regional, and local governments as well as other relevant partners in the past three years in relation to the recovery, rehabilitation, and reconstruction of Marawi City. It also expounds on the concerns of the people directly affected by the Marawi conflict and provides recommendations on how to move forward in dealing with these issues, particularly given the mandate of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority to supplement the National Government efforts thereon, as provided in Republic Act No. 11054.
This report is divided into four sections: background, Marawi three years later, emerging issues and concerns, and recommendations. The background covers a short history of Marawi and how it was affected by the siege. The next section will look into how Marawi has been from 2017 to 2020. It opens up with the current situation in Marawi as gathered from the responses of the residents and stakeholders during the public consultations. This is followed by a summation of the efforts covering the Marawi response as implemented by key agencies from the national, regional, and local government as well as non-governmental organizations that were invited by the Special Committee during the public hearings. The third section will discuss the emerging issues and concerns that were documented by the Special Committee throughout the consultations and hearings. This part is thematically arranged in an effort to consolidate the myriad of issues that were raised throughout the consultations. Lastly, the recommendations section proposes ways forward relative to the findings of the Special Committee.
The content of this report is based on public documents, minutes, presentations, and notes that were presented during the multiple consultations and three public hearings organized by the Special Committee. Apart from the background, no part of this report is taken outside the scope of Special Committee-organized activities unless stated otherwise.
Read the full report here: https://parliament.bangsamoro.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/CR-No.-35-Special_Committee-on_Marawi.pdf
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