Humanitarian situation report: Super Typhoon Rai/Odette

as of 20 November 2022

Hearing-impaired students from Maasin City SPED Center learn about the rights of children as part of the National Children’s Month 2022 celebration in Southern Leyte.
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  • UNICEF's response to Super Typhoon Rai (Odette) is nearing its completion. To date, UNICEF and its partners have provided 151,605 children and women with access to primary healthcare; 286,448 individuals with emergency water, sanitation, and hygiene infrastructure, supplies, and services; 376,603 children with screening for wasting; 65,892 people with safe channels to report sexual exploitation and abuse; 31,415 children and caregivers with mental health and psychosocial support services; 136,087 children with learning continuity; 6,523 households with humanitarian cash transfers; and over 5.5 million individuals with messaging on prevention and access to essential services.
  • UNICEF's Humanitarian Action for Children Appeal, which also covers strengthening of disaster preparedness capacities, has furthermore enabled UNICEF to provide a timely and well-coordinated response to government requests within the 2022 typhoon season.
  • Humanitarian supplies and services have been mobilized in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Noru (Karding) and Severe Tropical Storm Nalgae (Paeng).
Cover of Odette SitRep number 11
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