Duyog Marawi



DUYOG MARAWI is a social action initiative of the Roman Catholic Prelature of Marawi to respond to the needs of the city following its destruction, the displacement of its people and the subsequent loss of their livelihood in the wake of the conflict that raged for five months between ISIS terrorists and government forces. About one million Muslims and Christians were displaced and affected because of this crisis.

The mission of Duyog Marawi as a Church-based response that is committed to a continuing inter-faith dialogue is to be an instrument of healing and reconciliation, to bridge that connects Muslims and Christians, and to be a channel of the mercy and charity of Christian communities that reaches out to the Maranao families affected by the siege.

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Message from Archbishop Soc Villegas

SOCRATES B. VILLEGAS Archbishop of Lingayen Dagupan President, Aid to the Church in Need (Philippines)

The Aid to the Church in Need Philippines will launch on March 23, Friday before Holy Week, DUYOG MARAWI.
It is a campaign for prayers for the spiritual healing of Marawi. It is an appeal for funds to help rebuild the ruined homes in Marawi. It is a call f...

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Message from Bishop Edwin Dela Peña


Greetings of Peace at this Easter Season!
The war in Marawi ended last October 2017, but the struggle for peace continues. The peace that comes from dignified survival, recovery, and long-lasting cooperation among the Maranaos and Christians is a long but possible journey.
When Marawi City was destroyed, it displaced 400...

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Message from Juhaira Saidali

Juhaira Saidali Area Coordinator, Duyog Marawi Peace Zones in Lanao del Norte

Good morning! My name is Juhaira Saidali. I am a social worker who passed the licensure examinations at the height of the Marawi Siege. I am one of the 148 young Maranao professionals who work with Duyog Marawi. Some of us are hired as staff, others are fulltime volunteers.
Duyog ...

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Aid to the Church in Need is committed to help the Prelature of St. Mary in Marawi rise up from the ashes of destruction brought about by the terror attacks in that city. Together we can rebuild what is destroyed – the people and the city and bring lasting peace through dialogue and partnership.

Join us in this sacred mission. With your help, we can rebuild Marawi.



Account Name: ACN Philippines
Metrobank: S/A 6327632026699
Unionbank: S/A 102440009889

For Metrobank depositors, you may opt to use the (green) payment slip as your mode of donation. Kindly ensure that the following details are indicated:

a. Company Name : ACN Philippines
b. Subscriber Name : Donor’s Name
c. Subscriber No. : Donor’s Home Address & Email Address
d. Telephone No. : Donor’s Telephone Number & Mobile Number
e. Mode of Payment : Cash/Check


Visit https://acn-philippines.org/donate


Pledge donation forms received through direct mail can be faxed to +63 2 244-7334 or e-mailed to [email protected]


Cash/check pick-ups within Metro Manila can be arranged by calling our hotlines at +63 2 244-7334, Globe 0945-1894071, Smart 0947-6968575 (Mon to Fri, 9am to 6pm). Our messenger will issue an acknowledgement receipt upon pick-up.

To receive a donation acknowledgement receipt, please send a copy of the deposit slip along with your complete name, address, mobile number and email address via email, fax or through ACN’s Facebook messenger.


Volunteers may enlist at the Duyog Marawi office located at the campus of Mindanao State University or you may contact Bro. Reynaldo Barnido, Duyog Marawi Director, at 09276615853 or at [email protected]

For donation-related inquiries and concerns, you may reach us via the following contact details:
Telefax: +63 2 244-7334
Mobile: Globe 0945-1894071 / Smart 0947-6968575
Email: [email protected]

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