Bangsamoro confronts NPA, ISIS, and weather threats The Bangsamoro confronted a growing insurgency problem, just as the rains, which provided relief from the heat, turned into a deluge that brought misery, particularly to families displaced by the 2017 Marawi war and still living in temporary shelters. In the backdrop, winners of the May polls began their terms, eager to deliver on election promises, yet aware of the many challenges they face, including threats from the enemies they made in the past election. This bulletin for July and August was pieced together using around 300 reports from Early Response Network (ERN) members based in Lanao del Sur and Maguindanao. Many of the ERN members are disaster risk reduction officers at the municipal level who, as such, situated themselves among communities affected by the fighting and the rains to rescue or extend relief, as well as to provide accounts for the Critical Events Monitoring System (CEMS) designed for conflict analysis and quick response. Military-NPA clashes The military launched attacks against New People’s Army (NPA) rebels its drones had…
The Conflict Alert 2019 highlights the decline of violent conflict incidents in Muslim Mindanao after the Marawi war and amidst continuing extremist violence events, the impact of the State's continued implementation of martial law in the region, and its implications especially on the strengthening of the Bangsamoro sub-state. WATCH the video highlights of the Conflict Alert report below.
We have broken down our 2017 report "Guns, Drugs, and Extremism: Bangsamoro's New Wars" into this infographic pack to make it easier for you to share information to your networks, invigorate discussions and deepen understanding about conflict in the Bangsamoro, and encourage effective context-based actions to forge peace in the region. Click on the link icon on the infographic to view on a different window and to download. Join the conversation: #UnderstandConflictBuildPeace
April 3, 2020 —