In 2019, a 6.9-magnitude earthquake in Mindanao forced thousands of families to leave their homes and livelihood sources behind. More than a year later, many affected families from far-flung areas are still staying in evacuation sites, unable to go back to their communities.
Read about their story here.
The “Life-saving Humanitarian Assistance to People Affected by Mindanao Earthquake” is a consortium project of CARE Philippines, ACCORD, and Action Against Hunger. The emergency response project is funded by the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO), and implemented in various municipalities in the provinces of Northern Cotabato and Davao del Sur.