Snapshot of the response to Goni and Vamco by humanitarian partners and the UN in the Philippines

What humanitarian partners in the Philippines are undertaking and where, in the response to Typhoons Ulysses and Rolly, as of 16 November 2020

Super Typhoon Goni (local name Rolly) left a trail of extensive damage after sweeping across southern Luzon on 1 November 2020. The Bicol Region bore the brunt of the typhoon's violent winds and torrential rains, blowing away roofs, toppling structures and causing severe flooding and landslides. While the affected areas continue to reel from the consequences of Typhoon Goni, Typhoon Vamco (Ulysses) lashed the main island of Luzon on 11-12 November, whipping destructive winds and dumping torrential rainfall over a wide area, triggering extensive flooding in several areas, including Metro Manila.

This map shows the latest (as of 16 November 2020) humanitarian interventions of local/international organizations, faith-based organizations, government, private sector, UN agencies, and Red Cross in the areas affected by the typhoons.

An interactive map is found here.

UN entities involved in this initiative
OCHA
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs