UNHCR Philippines | Climate Crisis
UNHCR is supporting the government-led humanitarian response after Typhoon Odette wreaked havoc in the Caraga Region in Mindanao. UNHCR is providing core relief items composed of solar lamps, mosquito nets, plastic sheets with eyelets, and reinforced plastic tarpaulins. These items are intended to serve the severely affected islands in Siargao and Dinagat as well as the coastal municipalities in the mainland of Surigao del Norte province.
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UNHCR co-chairs the Protection Cluster with the Department of Social Welfare and Development in the Philippines since January 2011. The Protection Cluster has been established by the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) Circular No.5 series of 10 May 2007.
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