HAPI supports all HUMANITARIAN AIDS in all chapters. We, at HAPI Central Luzon support sectors specifically for women (single mothers and females who are victims of violence) empowering themselves and Indigenous People of the Philippines (Aeta’s, Kankane-ey, Ibaloi) for growth and advancement. COVID19 should not hamper our advocacy to extend support to our project and...
HAPI promotes secular humanism as a progressive philosophy suggesting that human beings, given the right education, can be ethical and morally upright even without divine interference.
HAPI is a democratic organization with members from different social sectors in various countries aiming to defend each individual’s right to personal and collective freedom, equal treatment and opportunity, safe and healthy living.
HAPI is the only secular humanist organization in the Philippines that is SEC-registered and fully functional in the community, with outreach programs like Kids Nutrition Campaign, Secular Humanist Advocacy Development and Education (SHADE), Green Movement, and LGBTQ & Straight Alliance among others.
Michael Sherman, AICP, a humanist city planner, is the current HAPI Chairman. Michael has done a lot of work for the betterment of his community and also for the people in the Philippines.
Alvin Ballares has stepped up to become HAPI's Executive Director in 2017. As an activist, Alvin participates in many social and environmental activities that may help address many issues on those subjects.
A Short Trip to Dumaguete Written by Alvin John Ballares March 10, 2020 Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental It’s been 6 months and 5 days long since I last stepped foot on Negros Island, some 688 kilometers away from Metro Manila my current home. A downpour greeted me upon arrival at Bacolod airport. Then I had […]Read More
Planeteers Unite! When HAPI joined Planet Cora Written by Mutya Valenzuela February 9, 2020 Las Piñas City, Philippines January 24th marks the first Planet Cora Coastal Clean up for the year 2020 and as the HAPI Secretariat Head Operations I would not pass up that chance of joining them. I have always been into […]Read More
According to Dr. Louie Ocampo, UNAIDS Philippines country director, Philippines has been ranked with the fastest-growing (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) HIV epidemic not only in Asia and the Pacific but in the world based on the UNAIDS 2018 report where it recorded about 13,384 new HIV infections, or a staggering 203% higher than the 4,419 infections […]Read More