In the Philippines, the ICRC works in isolated areas that are suffering the consequences of long-running armed conflicts. 

Latest Update
In numbers

In 2018

  • 33,250
    displaced people improved livelihood through cash grants or cash-for-work activities
  • 10,900
    conflict-affected people in Mindanao received household and hygiene items
  • 32,400
    displaced people in Mindanao gained or maintained their access to clean water
  • 1,920
    detainees benefited from improved living conditions through projects in congested jails
  • 688
    health workers in conflict areas received first-aid training
  • 30
    health facilities in conflict areas received medicines and supplies to treat wounded and sick people
  • 389
    detainees received visits from family members
  • 884
    persons arrested in relation to the conflict were followed-up individually
  • 2,600
    members of state security forces improved knowledge of IHL and international policing standards
  • 200
    Islamic scholars and religious leaders in Mindanao and Manila know more about IHL in relation to Islamic law
  • 521
    Philippine Red Cross volunteer mobilizations to support ICRC activities in Mindanao
  • 154
    staff and volunteers from 6 Mindanao priority chapters trained on assessment, water and sanitation, and health response