The UNICEF announced that it has received a total of P115 million donations and has delivered P6 million worth of supplies to victims of typhoons that recently hit the Philippines. | CEBacligINQ
MANILA, Philippines — The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) announced on Monday that it has received a total of P115 million donations and has delivered P6 million worth of supplies
On November 18,Unicefkickstarted a $3.7 million or around P178 million appeal for the victims of Super Typhoon Rolly.A few days later, on November 25, the organization increased the appeal to P250 million after including emergency response for victims of Typhoon Ulysses.
“UNICEF has received PhP115 million so far from the UN Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) and from individual donors, including PhP23.1 million in supplies,” the organization detailed.Despite receiving huge sums of donations, UNICEF calls anew for fulfilling the remaining P135 million target in their appeal.
“UNICEF is calling for urgent support to fill the PhP135 million funding shortfall to augment prepositioned supplies and respond to the dangers continuously being faced by children, especially in preparation for weather disturbances forecasted until the end of 2020,” the organization said. headtopics.com
People can donate through this[ https://donate.unicef.ph/campaign/typhoon-rolly ] to support Unicef’s emergency response to provide affected families with water kits and hygiene essentials, learning materials, tents, and child-friendly space kits. Read more: Inquirer »
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