How are the displaced residents staying in temporary shelters doing more than six years after the Marawi siege? Climate Tracker fellow Norhanidah Macatoon talks to evacuees to shed light on how they are affected not only by the conflict but also by climate change.

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Norhanidah Macatoon

Norhanidah gained national prominence after she captured the first ever visuals that came off from the 2017 Marawi siege. The five-month armed confrontation between pro-ISIS militants and military forces flattened infrastructures and forcibly displaced 98% of the total population of the city. This prompted Norhanidah to become a mental health advocate helping youth to process the traumatic experience.

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