Humanitarian situation report: Super Typhoon Rai/Odette

as of 28 September 2022

A mother and her children use the contents of a learn-at-home-kit from UNICEF
UNICEF Philippines/2022/Blanche Bacareza


  • UNICEF continues to wrap up its response to Super Typhoon Rai (Odette) and the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on residual humanitarian needs and rehabilitation and recovery efforts. To date, UNICEF and its partners have supported the access of 137,759 children and women to primary healthcare; of 282,701 individuals to emergency water, sanitation, and hygiene infrastructure, supplies, and services; of 183,342 children to screening for wasting; of 39,028 people to safe channels to report sexual exploitation and abuse; of 23,573 children and caregivers to mental health and psychosocial support services; of 110,848 children to learning continuity; of 3,853 households to humanitarian cash transfers; and of 5.5 million to messaging on prevention and access to essential services.
  • These developments are supported by close to US$16 million mobilized for the super typhoon, the COVID-19 pandemic, and for strengthening disaster preparedness. The humanitarian resources received amount to 40 per cent of UNICEF’s appeal worth US$39.8 million.
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