Philippines — Zamboanga Recovery Programme Report (9 June 2014)

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This DTM Report reflects the sectoral snapshot based on the DTM survey conducted from 26 May 2014 – 7 June 2014. The first page of this report shows the prevailing concern inside the sites that needs immediate solutions, including significant developments. This report only serves as a guide for the different cluster agencies. DTM recorded 25,210 displaced individuals (4,799 families), six evacuation centres and six transitory sites. Since the month of December, six transitory sites with bunkhouses and ATS with privacy partitions were opened to address the concern of decongestion inside evacuation centers and improve the living condition of the IDPs, especially the vulnerable ones. Around 29% or more than a quarter of the total displaced population in displacement sites already moved to bunkhouses and alternative transitional shelters in transitory sites. However, majority of the families living in displacement sites are still inside evacuation centers, 71% of which are congested inside JFEMSC Grandstand Sports Complex. Moreover, 12% are still in school-based evacuation centers which needs to be closed because of the start of the 2014-2015 school year.


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