Story continues after "SITUATION UPDATE"
Monday 7th March our project manager gave this situation update:
One related incident resulting in death
Ceasefire now in progress
Priority is safety & well-being of children
Post airstrike, community members, leaders & our team held ongoing talks assessing the situation. As the ceasefire has held for a few days, we have decided it is safe to begin activities
Lanie is an amazing emergency comms officer so adapting and being flexible is something she is very used to. Waiting for updates from the project manager, she took a moment to update us on the situation...
Just when the incredible team were about to press 'go' on the newest Childhood Rescue project in Mindanao, an island region in Southern Phillippines, a military air strike was launched.
In the places Childhood Rescue works, being flexible and adapting quickly is a part of everyday life. And that's exactly what the team are doing. We checked in with Lanie as she awaited news from the team on the ground...
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