According to the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s statement, the government will send aid to the Philippines, which was hit by typhoon Odette in December 2021.
Emergency aid of 13 million dollars consisting of food, shelter and sanitary materials will be delivered through 6 different international organizations, including the United Nations (UN) World Food Program and the High Commissioner for Refugees.
It was reported that the aid will be delivered to those affected by typhoons and floods in the central and southern regions of the Philippines.
“Japan plans to cooperate closely with the Philippines to help the affected areas recover as soon as possible,” the statement said. expression was used.
According to unofficial data, 410 people lost their lives due to Typhoon Odette, which caused approximately $800 million in damage, and 80 people are still missing.