Project H2O – Typhoon Odette Relief Ops

Last December 14, 2021, Typhoon Odette (Rai) made landfall in the country destroying homes and affecting our fellow countrymen. In its wake, it left thousands of households in need of resources including a stable source of potable water.

Your generous donations have allowed the Project H2O team to assemble two hundred (200) water filtration buckets which can be used by 2200 families. As of January 13, we were able to raise PHP 1,286,768.19 for the procurement and assembly of the buckets. Through the coordinated efforts of the Mu Sigma Phi and other organizations, the water filtration units were already delivered to the following affected areas: Bohol (20 buckets), Cebu (6 buckets), Negros Oriental (20 buckets), Siargao (62 buckets), Surigao del Norte (20 buckets), Southern Leyte-Hinunangan (10 buckets), Pintuyan (20 buckets), Limasawa (12 buckets), Palawan-Dumaran (10 buckets), Palawan – Taytay and Roxas (20 buckets). Currently, Project H2O is expecting more units of Sawyer Filters and are waiting to be assembled and distributed to the other affected regions of the country.

We would like to thank all our donors, without whom, none of these efforts will be possible.

Project H2O, healing the nation one bucket at a time. #ProjectH2O#OdettePH