PHILIPPINES/2020/A long road back to normal
Around 120,000 people in and around the Muslim city of Marawi in the Southern Philippines are still displaced following a siege of their city in 2017. While the siege lasted five months, the recovery of the city, livelihoods and markets takes much longer. Many people have only now moved from tents to transitory shelters, where life is miserable: water has to be trucked in, and sanitary conditions are poor. The community lockdown in the Philippines caused by COVID-19 has complicated lives further, adding an extra burden on the vulnerable population. MSF provides NCD care, mainly to treat diabetes and hypertension, and mental health counselling.
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