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Humanitarian Assistance and Transfer for Individuals in Distress (HATID) Program

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MSSD workers have been at the frontlines providing life-saving support and protection to people most in need in the Bangsamoro Region. MSSD continues to deliver protection and assistance in a timely and efficient manner to the poorest and most vulnerable sectors.
MSSD delivers emergency relief assistance in the form of food and non-food items including tents, sleeping kits, dignity and protection kits, water kits, hygiene kits; provision of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) facilities in emergencies; establishment of temporary/emergency shelters; cash for work for disaster risk reduction (DRR) community-based projects; and family DRR/protection kits for vulnerable families, and support for anticipatory and early recovery.
MSSD supports families affected by natural and human-induced disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic, including the laid-off workers, informal sector, locally stranded individuals, returning Filipinos from Sabah and overseas, and poor and disadvantaged household and individuals living in survival status/ below poverty line or are in distress.