Council for Climate and
Conflict Action Asia (CCAA)

We provide conflict data and analysis through our interoperable tools that work together, creating more robust and insightful reports on conflict-stricken areas. Our work builds upon the track record and credibility of International Alert Philippines. As CCAA, we sustain our commitment to the pursuit of peace and development. Our work is rooted firmly on partnerships. We work alongside people and communities directly affected by conflict. We focus on evidence – monitoring, analysing, and understanding conflict, peace, and development dynamics in the Philippines, but now with the added climate lens. We aim to understand how climate change interacts with enduring and emerging conflict dynamics throughout the country.

The materials and publications available in this website were published as International Alert Philippines and we continue to build on the repository of information on conflict data and analyses. Our goal is to make conflict data and analyses accesible, understandable, and actionable to aid in research, policy making, development strategies, and peacebuilding.

CCAA Interoperable

CCAA manages the interoperable platforms developed as International Alert Philippines. The data captured and processed in these platforms are secondary data and their use is governed by Philippine laws and polices.

Conflict Alert

Conflict Alert is the country’s sole conflict monitoring system that tracks incidence, causes, and human costs of violent conflict in the BARMM region, from the province to the village level.

It aims to shape policymaking, development strategies, and peacebuilding approaches by providing relevant, robust, and reliable conflict data.


CEMS is an SMS-based reporting system that captures conflict incidents and tensions in communities that may lead to the eruption of violence.

It is used by Early Response Network (ERN) in various localities in the Bangsamoro who share real-time information and work with key stakeholders in coordinating quick context-specific responses.


The RUMP is a tool and process for identifying resources, mapping claims and conflict timelines. It articulates the people’s authentic voice and vision for the development of their communities and develop approaches for participatory, inclusive, and conflict-sensitive resource use and advocacy.