Claris Quezon

The Pandemic 2020 during Humanist Celebration Month

By Claris Quezon / June 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

June is World Humanist Month but in the Philippines June is typically the start of Academic Year. The pandemic have altered a lot of programs designated for learning. In our community alone, we are striving hard to put meals on the table rather than prioritizing the academic calendar. Even in education, there is a glaring […]

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Bahay Pangarap… Haven for Shattered Trust

By Claris Quezon / May 18, 2020 / 0 Comments

Bahay Pangarap… Haven for Shattered Trust Written by Claris Quezon May 18, 2020 Guiguinto, Bulacan Bloodshot eyes… had not slept for almost 36 hours from capacity building and then had to pick up my stranded HAPI Central Co-Lead Convenor Mutya Valenzuela in our Las Pinas Headquarters before making a side trip relief op plan for […]

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HAPI Central Luzon Starts to Rebuild Amidst COVID19

By Claris Quezon / May 14, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI Central Luzon Starts to Rebuild Amidst COVID19 Written by Claris Quezon May 14, 2020 San Fernando, Pampanga Community quarantine have given our community so little maneuvering but at some point we have to rebuild and come up with a solution to face the new normal until the vaccine is available in the market. Hopefully […]

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The Difficulty of Being Poor in COVID19 Philippines

By Claris Quezon / April 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI Central Luzon consists of active programs and each sector is related to each other’s existence. The Difficulty of Being Poor in COVID19 Philippines Written by Claris Quezon April 16, 2020 Angeles City, Pampanga We created programs so we can be sustainable, this entails the assistance of one sector to another. While my IP community […]

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HAPI Covid19 Relief for Scholars

By Claris Quezon / April 5, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI Covid19 Relief for Scholars Written by Claris Quezon April 5, 2020 Angeles City, Pampanga 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 […]

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HAPI CALL-TO-ACTION on COVID-19 PANDEMIC

By Claris Quezon / March 26, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI CALL-TO-ACTION on COVID-19 PANDEMIC Written by Claris Quezon March 26, 2020 Manila, Philippines   Being crisis and disaster manager, I have networks of acquaintances and friends that I get to call and can call on me if and when we need each other. The global pandemic have affected us as well. The Philippines have […]

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Woman…Freedom…Divorce…Abortion? Part 1

By Claris Quezon / March 8, 2020 / 0 Comments

Woman…Freedom…Divorce…Abortion? Part 1 Written by Claris Quezon March 8, 2020 Angeles City, Pampanga (I wrote this paper in 2008 as part of my social reform classes, a decade have passed and it’s still the same. So, for Women’s Month Celebration,  I am making this as a public statement in support of my advocacy towards women […]

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Bikes… Biker… Biked : HAPI

By Claris Quezon / February 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

Bikes… Biker… Biked Written by Claris Quezon, HAPI Central Luzon Lead Convenor February 25, 2020 Mt. Haduan, Bamban, Tarlac Being a part of the HAPIest group on earth whose mandate is to promote humanism in all forms has its rewards. With the exception of spending endless laughter for a good cause with similar-minded people, the […]

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TAAL Relief Operations : The HAPI Way

By Claris Quezon / February 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

    TAAL Relief Operations : The HAPI Way Written by Claris Quezon February 24, 2020 Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines            Filipinos around the world are  renowned for being resilient and happy people. We are known to make jokes about everything. We are, after all, gifted with a sunny disposition. We […]

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Haw How the Carabao, oops it’s a BIKE we want

By Claris Quezon / December 6, 2019 / 0 Comments

Nobody will ever understand what transportation means until we don’t have any or unless we have experienced to walk for kilometers just to get from one place to another. See, leisure walk and hiking are totally different from walking as a necessity. I have been supportive of the Indigenous People for a number of years […]

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