Kindra Calonia

Kindra Calonia

Graduated from School of Oriental and African Studies, returned to the Philippines and worked for Taclob, a social enterprise that supported the livelihood of Typhoon Haiyan Survivors. Prior to this, engaged in a human rights project, documenting the life of inmates in prisons, in Manila, Philippines. Passionate about gender and environmental issues.
  • Yellow is the New Black

    Having flown back to their native hometown a month after Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines back in 2013, siblings Jack and Lucia had never imagined to open up a hostel. A year and a half later, the Yellow Doors Hostel is Trip Advisor’s and Lonely Planet’s top travellers choice....
  • Philippines post Haiyan: Gardening as a Tool of Social Impact

    In Leyte, Philippines, hundreds of people live in barrack like bunk-houses made of woven bamboo. These are the millions of residents who have been displaced by Typhoon Haiyan, in November 2013, which caused a fatality rate above 5,000 and according to the Government of the Philippine’s Disaster Response Operations...
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