KALOOB Foundation has decided to help the victims of typhoon Yolanda with a rebuilding project. After an investigation on the field, the team has chosen to help the people of Sitio Anido, a place in Tacloban inside the Barangay Basper. The rebuilding started this 23 January 2014.
Day: June 24, 2022
The development program permits restarting the local economy by helping thirteen business proposals from the population. KALOOB has worked also with the farmers association, providing them seeds, vermicompost, and a nursery. We have also selected 10 students in all the Barangay for a new scholarship program.
During three weeks four French scouts volunteered in Piat to help Kaloob in its mission for the people from the relocation area. KALOOB helps the people from this new area: Villa Pagasa to make a drainage canal. In fact, during the rainy season, the water is flooding the houses and
Dear friends, we would like to share with you one of the success stories of KALOOB’s initiative to uplift the life of the little ones and to share hope with the hopeless. This is the story of Geraldine Daz, a 33-year-old mother of five, and wife of Franklin Daz, living
On April 18, the first part of the water project in Villa Pag-Asa was accomplished. The pipeline and the private tape were installed in the 38 houses built 5 years ago by the previous volunteers of Kaloob. The water association locally created is now the one that manages the infrastructure
Welcome to KALOOB Website! I am Mark Vincent Madronero, a Filipino Assumptionist brother, the director of KALOOB Development Office Foundation, Inc., based in Manila, Philippines. It is a Filipino non-government organization (NGO) founded by the Augustinians of the Assumption. KALOOB is a Filipino word that means “with one heart or
Left to right: Br. Mark Vincent H. Madronero (Philippines), Fr. Cristopher Quinal (Philippines), Br. Engelbert Bria (Indonesia), Br. Adan Louie Flores (Philippines), Fr. Bernard Holzer (France), and Fr. Rex Christus Navarro (Philippines)
The Kaloob Foundation became the instrument of God, His hand to reach out to the people of Marytown. The medical mission was successfully accomplished. Here, we can see the kindness of God via the benefactors and donors who serve as the blessings to others and the Kaloob Foundation which became
Mckenzie Sapuez, Social Work, University of the Philippines-Diliman Growing up in a poor family, I realized that not everything in my life would be easygoing. There are circumstances in that I have to do a double, or even triple, effort to attain my goals. This is what I have seen
Three months ago, KALOOB began to make and sell Chili Garlic Oil, and dishwashing liquid. These products were marketed and received many orders from nearby areas such as ESCOPA and Marikina. KALOOB’s Chili Garlic Oil is a healthy and good appetizer that serves impressive benefits which include protecting the skin,