The data used were the 1225 qualitative responses collected during the Marawi deployment using the Marawi-Kalahok toolkit. Data cleaning and filtering methods were performed like the removal of stop words, symbols, numbers, and conversion to lowercase was observed. The data was then preprocessed to count its term frequency and inverse document frequency to gather important feature words. The qualitative responses were experimentally analyzed with different values of k clusters. Silhouette coefficient, an intrinsic evaluation metric for calculating clusters, was used to test the separation between two clusters. The visualizations below shows the clustered 1225 Marawi responses using Tableau software for the scatter plot and WordItOut for word cloud visualization.