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UNICEF Haiyan Relief: What’s Inside the Blue Bucket?

UNICEF Philippines Representative Tomoo Hozumi carries a UNICEF family hygiene kit at Tacloban airport. The hygiene kits and other supplies were airlifted into Tacloban on November 15.

UNICEF Philippines Representative Tomoo Hozumi carries a UNICEF family hygiene kit at Tacloban airport. The hygiene kits and other supplies were airlifted into Tacloban on November 15. © UNICEF Philippines/Maitem

Kini Schoop, public relations director for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, just returned from the Philippines where she was working with media and collecting stories about UNICEF’s effort to aid children and families affected by the storm.

The blue bucket — it’s the UNICEF family hygiene kit, and thousands have been distributed across the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).

This video — shot at UNICEF’s Manila warehouse — explains what’s inside the blue bucket and why it’s so essential for displaced families in the Philippines.

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