Humanitarian situation report: Super Typhoon Rai/Odette

as of 10 June 2022

Children can now enjoy the water refilling bladder installed in Barangay Magsaysay, Siargao Island.
UNICEF Philippines/2022/Ysa Cascante


  • Nearly six months after Super Typhoon Rai (Odette) made landfall, UNICEF and its humanitarian partners remain focused on serving affected communities. Activities in response to the persisting COVID-19 pandemic likewise continue.
  • For both the Typhoon Rai and COVID-19 response, 125,153 children and women have accessed primary healthcare in UNICEF-supported facilities; 175,837 individuals have been served by emergency water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) supplies; 120,991 children have been screened for wasting; 17,901 people were given access to safely report sexual exploitation and abuse; access of 44,112 children to education has been supported; and humanitarian cash transfers have benefitted 1,864 households. Messaging on prevention and access to services has reached more than 5.5 million people.
  • UNICEF is appealing for US$39.8 million to respond to the humanitarian needs brought about by Typhoon Rai and COVID-19 and bolster its preparedness capacities. Thus far, US$12.83 million (32 per cent) has been received, leaving a funding gap of US$26.93 million (68 per cent).
Situation Report - Philippines - Odette - 10 Jun 2022
UNICEF Philippines
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