Claris Quezon

Bahay Pangarap : Celebration of Being Human

By Claris Quezon / September 21, 2019 / 0 Comments

I have been informed by our founder that a GMA 7 researcher is looking for me for they are interested to make a documentary or run a stoy about an advocacy we are supporting, and people in our organization knows that once you are given an instruction she is expecting result. She has given instruction […]

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Sustainable Future for Our Community

By Claris Quezon / September 15, 2019 / 0 Comments

My personal definition of “sustainable,” meant being able to start a program that can be replicated, thus,  creating an objective that shall support its long term goals. We are therefore building a sustainable future by implementing agricultural projects and empowering animal husbandry. Through the help and grant from HAPI, selected families of Haduan Negrito Families […]

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SwimBikeRun.PH Challenge

By Claris Quezon / July 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

A challenge will not be a challenge unless there is enough difficulty to meet the criteria. When we were invited by SwimBikeRun.PH to be an exhibitor for their July 28, 2019 triathlete event were a bunch of go getters with a mission. That means, we HAPI Central Luzon has to plan and to deliver what […]

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SWIMBIKERUN.ph Our Triman Triathlon 2019 THE ANTICIPATION

By Claris Quezon / July 21, 2019 / 0 Comments

  A few more days of anticipation… the Triman Triathlon 2019 our first partnership with SWIMBIKERUN.ph will happen on July 28,2019. We are so hopeful, that it shall introduce to the event participants what the Haduan Negrito Community produces. All vegetables and fruits are organically harvested as it was not sprayed with any insecticides nor […]

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Indigenous People against Common Diseases

By Claris Quezon / July 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

I have been adopted and have adapted the way of life of the Haduan Negrito.  They have been integral part of WHO I am now and why I have been advocating for education exclusively for the area of Mount Haduan. Education is not just about teaching how to read and write, but teaching them the […]

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We, the Aetas Shall Embrace The Long Run SBRPH Style

By Claris Quezon / June 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Aetas of Mount Haduan consist of five sitio’s or clans. HAPI (Humanist Alliance Philippines, Inc.) has adopted Sitio Haduan as it is the closest and the most accessible from the nearest 1.1km road from Gate 14, Clark Special Economic Zone, Mabalacat, Pampanga.  It is now embraced as HAPI Central Luzon. The road to partnership […]

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Time to be humane: Series 2 : The Green Revolution

By Claris Quezon / June 20, 2019 / 0 Comments

  Time to be humane 1st : series 2 : the green revolution What is green? Is it just a color? A mindset? How does it correlate to the environment? So what is green governance? is it the environmentalist governing? How about environmentalist? Is it a person that pushes for environmental laws?  So many green […]

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Green Humanity Series 1

By Claris Quezon / June 4, 2019 / 0 Comments

Humanity : Time to be Green Humane First. It is of great importance to understand the relationship of environment and human beings in contributing to the heavy onset of climate change. Being an educator of Disaster Readiness and Risk Reduction Core Subject for Grade 12, I made it a point to update myself in new […]

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MIDTERM ELECTIONS 2019 – MY HAPI PERCEPTION

By Claris Quezon / May 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

My HAPI perception on this Midterm elections 2019 in the Philippines. I was  informed that CNN took interest for a HAPI representative to discuss women’s vote certainly took some time. CNN researcher called me twice and had us waiting for a couple of weeks. I didn’t know that before you can be included in the […]

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Bahay Pangarap, a New Beginning- A special support for incest victims

By Claris Quezon / May 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

Bahay Pangarap,  a New beginning- A special support for incest victims : Just one of our missions in HAPI. Sex Education and awareness are  still not properly implemented. The prevalence of domestic violence has been shrugged off. People in the slums knew it existed,  but does not dare speak about it. The support and awareness […]

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