Advocacy

HAPI-Bulacan Kicks Off the Bigasan Livelihood Program

By Shane / April 20, 2021

By Mutya Valenzuela HAPI Chief Finance Officer Mothers are often the central pillars of their families, and yet as women, they continue to face persistent inequality and injustice and bear the brunt of poverty. To overcome poverty, women must be empowered. When women are able to improve their lives, they transfer these improvements to the lives […]

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HAPI-Zambales Empowers People Living with HIV via Educational Seminar

By Shane / April 15, 2021

“Dare to reach out your hand into the darkness, to pull another hand into the light.” -Norman B. Rice Having HIV can be a source of major stress; it may challenge your sense of well-being or complicate existing mental health conditions. Last April 11, HAPI Zambales conducted its first ever educational seminar that aims to […]

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HAPI-Northern Mindanao Youth Join Local Barangay Assembly

By Shane / April 2, 2021

By Johnny Denden HAPI-Northern Mindanao Lead Convenor HAPI-Northern Mindanao members participated in the First Semester Barangay General Assembly in Barangay Indahag, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental last March 27. A Barangay General Assembly is a gathering of barangay denizens wherein barangay officials get the opportunity to directly report their accomplishments from the previous year […]

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ARK sails for 2020

By Javan Poblador / December 31, 2020

ARK sails for 2020 by Eldemar Sabete Bacolod City   A sea of catastrophe has emerged since the start of 2020 and created phenomenal waves of problems that affected not only our country but the world rather. Many of us, Filipino, most especially those who are poorest of the poor suffer a lot from depression, […]

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Experiencing the Pandemic as a Humanist

Experiencing the Pandemic as a Humanist

By Javan Poblador / November 10, 2020

Experiencing the Pandemic as a Humanist by Angie Driskell Metro Manila   The height of the COVID-19 outbreak brought out the heroes in so many people. It was during this time that I saw how strangers banded together in order to help their countrymen who had lost their jobs and income. Not even the negative […]

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HAPI Scholars’ Official Statement on Islamic Extremism in France

By Javan Poblador / November 1, 2020

HAPI Scholars’ Official Statement on Islamic Extremism in France   We, young humanists from the Philippines, join the international community in expressing our indignation towards the archaic and cruel acts of Islamic extremism in France. We denounce, in the strongest possible terms, the increasing cases of horrific murders and other horrendous acts of Islamic extremists […]

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Article Title : HAPI AROZZ KALDO FOR KIDS : IN INDAHAG

HAPI Arozz Kaldo For Kids in Indahag

By Javan Poblador / October 7, 2020

HAPI Arozz Kaldo For Kids in Indahag by Johnny L. Denden Cagayan de oro City, Misamis oriental   Food shortage and hunger are now prevalent in every corner of the world due to the Covid-19 pandemic which resulted in increasing cases of malnutrition. After 7th months of unending lockdowns and community quarantine especially in developing […]

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In the Eye of a Child

By Javan Poblador / August 1, 2020

In the Eye of a Child by Eldemar R. Sabete Bacolod City When we were a child we only thought of playing and our only number one problem is where we can get our sense of belongingness and acceptance in our society. Do you still remember those days where you draw your dream house?  Do […]

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Youth: The Core of Humanism

By Javan Poblador / June 16, 2020

Youth: The Core of Humanism by Donna Darantinao Dumaguete City   “I did not start too young.”  It must be a popular belief that the youth is the key to the progression of this ever-changing world. From the tips of pens of martyrs and fallen heroes, they have always seen the future generation as the […]

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Amplifying Humanism Amid the Pandemic

By Javan Poblador / June 8, 2020

Amplifying Humanism Amid the Pandemic by Javan Lev Poblador Dumaguete City The COVID-19 pandemic has rendered the world immobile. The poor and less privileged are even pushed further to a corner. Broken health care systems are exposed. And even bodies are piling up. The country and the world are at war for something we cannot […]

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