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Super Typhoon Mangkhut - Solidarity in Action

Super Typhoon Mangkhut - Solidarity in Action

Pictures : Humanity & Inclusion

After Super Typhoon Mangkhut, known as Super Typhoon Ompong in the Philippines, has hit northern Luzon in September, Kaloob sent a solidarity call to support Humanity and Inclusion (Handicap International) “cash for service” project in Pinukpuk municipality, in the province of Kalinga. Thanks to everyone's mobilization, we have been able to launch effective action with the local barangays.

Barangay Camalog:
the inhabitants unite to repair a road and a dike

Super Typhoon Mangkhut - Solidarity in Action

“Typhoon Ompong destroyed a road and a small dike in one area of Barangay Camalog that was previously the lifeline of the community. It allowed farmers to bring their produce directly from their farm to the market and to their home table. However, the road had several large holes and a dike was badly damaged.
The whole barangay converged to exhibit an impressive “bayanihan” practice (spirit of community work, implying unity and cooperation). Tricycle drivers gathered rocks to fill up the holes by mixing them with sand and cement. A farmer donated a whole pig to feed the workers. Women cooked food and helped with the mixing of cement. Old men and teenagers worked together to repair the damaged dike with large stones and cement. By the afternoon, small vehicles could pass and transport the produces to the market.”

H&I Disaster and risk reduction (DRR) adviser, Carissa Gala

Super Typhoon Mangkhut - Solidarity in Action

Super Typhoon Mangkhut - Solidarity in Action

Super Typhoon Mangkhut - Solidarity in Action

You can participate to this operation and help the families improve their situation with dignity

1 worker day salary
= 400 pesos / 7 euros / 7.5 dollars

1 worker week salary
= 2000 pesos / 35 euros / 37.5 dollars

1 clean up kit for a community
= 28 000 pesos / 467 euros / 518 dollars


For cash donations please send it through our bank accounts:

  • Account name: Kaloob Development Office Foundation, Inc.
  • Bank name : Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
  • Account Number:
    • Euro account : 3084-0528-08
    • Dollar account : 3084-0527-94
    • Peso account : 3081-1160-58
  • Swift code : BOPIPHMM

Please send to us the copy of the deposit with the mention "typhoon" for acknowledgement.

In the US
Donation is possible by check. Make your check payable to the Assumptionist, specify "for Kaloob" and mail it to: 330 Market Street, Brighton, MA 0213. 


Thank you for your trust and solidarity 


Brother Ariel Vidanes, Kaloob Director

Father Bernard Holzer, Kaloob President

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2018 14:34
 
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