Helping Children Survive and Recover after Typhoon Odette
UNICEF and partners remain on the ground in Typhoon Odette areas to help children and families recover and rebuild their lives.
Through your continued support, we have provided:
134,917 children and women access to primary healthcare
219,417 individuals with emergency water, sanitation, and hygiene infrastructure, supplies, and services
147,488 children with malnutrition screening and support
30,561 people with child protection support through abuse reporting channels
22,704 children and caregivers access to mental health and psychosocial support services
97,174 children learning continuity support
3,853 households with humanitarian cash transfers
5.5 million people were reached with prevention and service access messaging.
Your ongoing assistance can help us respond to emergencies anywhere in the world, at any given time. Help us protect and save more children affected by emergencies by starting a monthly donation today. Donate now.
Why give monthly?
You become part of a community - As a monthly giver, you become a UNICEF Champion for Children, joining other Filipinos who are committed to protecting the rights of every Filipino child. Our Champions receive regular updates through e-mail and direct mail on how they have helped children as well as event invitations and other announcements.
You make a greater impact – The needs of children span many years, and UNICEF supports the rights of children from conception until 18 years of age. Having guaranteed and predictable funding every month will help UNICEF effectively plan ahead and implement programs that achieve lasting results for children.
You give more conveniently and efficiently - Payments are charged to your preferred credit card each month, with the amount and date of your monthly gift appearing on your credit card statement. You also have the flexibility to make changes to your monthly giving at any time by calling our donor hotline. This means less administrative costs for UNICEF and more funds freed up to go directly to helping children in need.