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Line agencies uphold whole-of-nation approach amid Marawi PCNA updating

MARAWI CITY, Lanao del Sur (PIA)--Government agencies here are showcasing the essence of the whole-of-nation approach as they strive to update the post-conflict needs assessment (PCNA) report of the 2017 warfare here.

“Dito, the national government agencies, as well as the regional counterparts ay tulong-tulong para magather natin ang data at makapagcome up ng PCNA report,” said Engr. Aris Llona of the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) - Rehabilitation and Recovery Management Service.

(Here, the national government agencies, as well as the regional counterparts are helping one another for us to gather the data and come up with a PCNA report.)

The updating of the PCNA report is a one-month activity led by the Office of Civil Defense (OCD) and participated by Task Force Bangon Marawi (TFBM), Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD), National Housing Authority (NHA), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Health (DOH), Ministry of Interior and Local Government (MILG)-BARMM, Bangsamoro Rapid Emergency Action on Disaster Incidence (READi), local government unit of Marawi, and the Marawi Compensation Board (MCB).

Accordingly, the current report would present the current status of the damaged and destroyed properties in the most affected area (MAA) and would assist in the compensation of the eligible claimants.

Llona underlined that what they are doing is part of the whole-of-nation approach as there would be sub-sectors embracing inclusivity.

This, as they would not focus on only one part but also magnify various aspects, such as housing, education, health, and business and livelihood.

Llona shared that they first conducted an implementation planning to prepare each agency for the major duties they would uphold.

He stated that each agency, accordingly, plotted their respective tasks with corresponding durations and the timeline of enforcement.

“We are guided by those plans or schedules para kung bababa kami sa MAA ay prepared at organized kami. Lahat ay tulong-tulong para mas mapabilis at smooth (so that when we go to MAA, we are prepared and organized. We are all helping one another to have this fast and smooth),” said Llona.

The OCD further conveyed their elation over the participation of the MCB.

Llona is positive that they will be well-guided to attain their desired result and help in determining the appropriate amount of compensation for the claiming siege victims.

He likewise expressed his optimism that the lives of affected residents in this city would soon be normalized.

Llona stressed that with the different interventions pushed for their sake, the outlook of future generations dwelling here would positively change. (CRG/PIA-10/Lanao del Sur)

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