Arowana Impact Capital partners with Grameen Philippines for Relief Programme #3

The onslaught of Typhoon Ulysses, the 21st typhoon of this season, led Manila to experience its worst flooding in over a decade. With the economic impact of COVID-19 lockdowns still hurting many families, this climate event could not have come at a worse time. To help some of those affected, Arowana Impact Capital activated its third emergency food relief programme in partnership with Grameen Pilipinas, and more than 500 household survival packs were distributed.

 

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Rescuers pull a rubber boat carrying residents through a flooded street after Typhoon Ulysses hit in Marikina City, suburban Manila on November 12, 2020. (Photo by Ted ALJIBE / AFP)

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