Data collection for DTM Round 2 in Region VI and VII, and Round 3 in Region VIII is complete. In the most recent roll-out of the DTM, tablets from the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative have been used to assist in mobile data collection in Haiyan affected areas. For more information on the DTM go to

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You may also reach us at the following addresses:

CCCM Cluster Philippines
IOM Manila, 28th Floor Citibank Tower 8741 Paseo de Roxas,
1226 Makati City, Philippines

Tel. +632 230 1999
Fax +632 848 1257

Capiz Government Business Center
Provincial Park, Barangay Tiza, Roxas City, Capiz
+63 32 239 4251

Arshad Rashid (Head of Sub-office)

A.C. Cortes Street, Cambaro, Mandaue City, Cebu 6014

Kristina Endrinal (CCCM Coordinator)
+63 999 3081383

Units 6, 7 & 8, MJM Homes, Gumamela Street,
Barangay Punta, Omoc City, Leyte
+63 905 437 6478

Bellona Ciriaco (CCCM Coordinator)
+63 915 88846992

Grand Manor Hotel, Corner P. Gomez & Juan Luna Street,
Tacloban City, Leyte 6500
+63 53 832 7775

Conrad Navidad (National CCCM Coordinator)
+63 908 865 4543

Tanghay View Lodge
Concepcion Street, Barangay Lupok, Guiuan, Eastern Samar

Brad Mellicker (Head of Sub-office)
+63 917 854 5065

CPG East Avenue, Bool District Tagbilaran City Bohol

Anacito Lucena (Head of Sub-office)
+63 920 960 1884

No. 4 Ilang-Ilang Street, MB RH, Cotabato City, 9600

Besim Ajeti (Head of Sub-office)
+63 917 636 1359

Josephina Drive, A.V. Toribio Street, Tetuan Zamboanga City

Brian Lustre (OIC Head of Sub-office)
+63 935 299 9677


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As the response to Super Typhoon Haiyan continues to develop, the CCCM Cluster, which has been active in the Philippines since the Typhoon Reming emergency of 2005, has established its strategy for the next four months. The CCCM Cluster, co-led by IOM and the Government of the Philippines’ Department of Social Welfare and Development, has created a strategy targeting IDPs in evacuation centers, tent cities, and spontaneous sites, as well as populations willing to return to their places of origin.

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