Typhoon Odette Private Sector Response

Typhoon Odette (Internation: Rai) entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility last December 14 and has left a trail of destruction in its wake. According to reports, an estimated 16 million people were affected and 2.4 million are in need of assistance.

The Philippine Disaster Resilience Foundation, together with our private sector network and partner organizations, are calling for cash and in-kind donations for the communities that have been impacted by the typhoon.

Immediate needs of affected families include: food packs and ready-to-eat meals, drinking water, medicine and medical personnel, personal protective equipment (PPE), clothing (including footwear and rain gear), cooking equipment and utensils, family kits with sleeping materials, shelter materials, hygiene kits, disaster kits, and go-bags.

All cash donations will be used to procure and distribute the immediate needs of the affected populations.

Let’s help in any way we can. Thank you for your support.