Unicef sends out P6 million worth of supplies for typhoon-hit victims

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 to victims of typhoons that recently hit the Philippines.

“Around P6 million in supplies have been received by children and families,”UNICEF said in a statement.

“These include hygiene kits, water quality testing equipment,generator, electrical pumps, latrines, water purification tablets, teachers & learners kits containing notebooks, crayons, blackboard & chalk, and child-friendly space kits containing tents, toys, and foam mats,” it added.

According to the organization’s estimat…

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