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Key figures

  • 41,000 People displaced [?]
  • 2,400,000 People in Need [?]



Typhoon Rai (locally named Odette) made nine landfalls in seven provinces on 16–17 December 2021, passing through Caraga, Eastern and Central Visayas, and MIMAROPA regions. Around 10.9 million people have been affected by the typhoon. 2.4 million people are in need of urgent relief and long-term recovery assistance. Immediate needs included food, WASH, shelter, health, NFIs, and cash assistance. ?

Torrential rains, landslides, and strong winds resulted in widespread damages of property and infrastructure. Access constraints caused by flooding, road blockages, and power and communications cuts hampered assessments, search and rescue, and response. ?

Most affected areas included Surigao del Norte and Dinagat Islands provinces in Caraga region; Southern Leyte province in Eastern Visayas region; Bohol, Cebu, and Negros Oriental provinces in Central Visayas region; and Palawan province in MIMAROPA region. ?


Latest Developments


No significant recent humanitarian developments. This crisis is being monitored by our analysis team.