UNICEF-Spain, within the framework of aid to the Philippines for the natural disaster caused by Typhoon Haiyan, continues its plan to provide aid to the Asian archipelago.
More than 90 people have been working since the 8th of November 2013 to help those affected by one of the worst typhoons ever to have reached land, which has affected more than 11.5 million Philippines natives.
The organisation has already sent various supplies, the distribution of which has now begun in the cities of Tacloban, Roxas and Ormoc. However, it is estimated that UNICEF will need 34.3 million dollars to meet the needs for water, hygiene and sanitation, therefore it will require everyone's collaboration.
UNICEF's main priority is to complete the life-saving tasks such as obtaining basic medicine, nutritional supplies, potable water and articles of hygiene for children and families.
How can you help?
• Through the UNICEF website
• By sending an SMS with the word UNICEF to 28028
• By calling 900 907 900
• Through the following bank accounts:
BBVA 0182 2370 40 0208517159
Caixabank 2100 5731 70 0200005001
Santander 0049 1804 16 2610410756
Banesto 0030 8301 78 0000046271
ING Direct 1465 0100 95 6000000000