“If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, contact your local law enforcement agency for assistance”.
Anywhere you go when you go to Marawi … Marawi City is an urban city, so definitely those bombs are just in the buildings, in the streets, or in front and behind houses, ” social worker Jhaharah Barrat said. Authorities fear that unexploded bombs are likely scattered in Marawi City due to the ongoing firefight between the government troops and the Maute terrorist group. To avoid more civilian casualties, social workers gathered the evacuees from Marawi and taught them what to do in case they saw one. They showed pictures of different bombs to the evacuees and their children. “UXO recognition. This is where they will know and be aware that they should not go near or move bombs they encounter, and that they should report it to the authorities,” Barrat said. Evacuee Saud Lomondot said, “They should teach this not just in Marawi, but also in the entire Lanao del Sur province because they’re (bombs) dangerous. Dangerous to kids and those who don’t know what kind of bombs are in Marawi.”
Nel territorio del Lanao del Sur a Marawi, gli assistenti sociali promuovono una campagna, rivota al pericolo prodotto da Uxo, mine e ordigni improvvisati. L’Assistente Jhaharah Barrat, conferma che i campi, le città, tutt’ora risultano colme di ordigni inesplosi sempre pronti a colpire soprattutto civili e tra questi i bambini la fascia sociale più esposta.
Video: Mga evacuee mula sa Marawi City, tinuruan ng gagawin kapag may nakitang unexploded bombs