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“Kayo Naman!”: Recognizing HAPI-Alabang Volunteers

By Junelie Velonta / October 21, 2021

“KAYO NAMAN”: RECOGNIZING HAPI ALABANG VOLUNTEERS By: Glemir Sordilla       “Volunteers are not paid not because they are worthless but because they are priceless,” this is a powerful quote that some of us might have encountered that tells us the true value of how vital volunteers are. It may be when they tirelessly […]

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Creating Ties amid the Pandemic

By Junelie Velonta / October 20, 2021

Creating ties amid the pandemic By Donna Darantinao HAPI Youth Ambassador   New opportunities were launched for the youth during the two-day virtual activity conducted by HAPI Youth named Building Blocs: Creating Connections for the Youth last July 10-11 through Zoom. The event was filled with insightful talks from invited guest speakers. For the first […]

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HAPI : A Beacon of Hope

By Marissa Langseth / October 13, 2021

HAPI: A beacon of hope By Donna T. Darantinao HAPI Youth Ambassador Tracing back into the ‘80s, the stigma against People Living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (PLHIVs) have been facing an increasing level of prejudice and discrimination (Lockett, 2021). And even years later, this has affected the lives of PLHIVs. Stigma, as per healthline.com, is […]

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COVID Relief Drive

By Marissa Langseth / September 30, 2021

COVID Relief Drive for the People The COVID-19 and its variants have slowed down the economy of many nations. If not outright cripple them, the pandemic has caused untold damages to many communities. This is even more visible in the Philippines. Due to the rising cases of COVID-19, many Filipinos have lost their jobs and […]

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Saving the Jews – An Act of Humanism

By Marissa Langseth / September 24, 2021

By Edgar Louis Garcia HAPI Scholar Back in 1940, a leader came into power in Germany – a veteran of the First World War, and a powerful political figure, Adolf Hitler. Germany’s defeat in WW1 severely crippled the German economy and gave rise to a revolution that overthrew the monarchy, later establishing the Weimar Republic. […]

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HAPI Old School Program – Sorsogon Chapter

By Marissa Langseth / September 21, 2021

HAPI Old School Program made possible by Sorsogon Chapter. The aim to empower children was made possible through the success of HAPI Sorsogon Chapter’s Project- HAPI Old School Program. It was done on the fourth, ninth and eighteenth day of July pursuing the projects’ objective of teaching children with old school skills. Given the different […]

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HAPI Bacolod: 2021 Project Planning

By Javan Poblador / January 21, 2021

HAPI Bacolod: 2021 Project Planning by Eldemar Sabete Bacolod City   Humanist Alliance Philippines International Junior Bacolod (HAPI Jr. Bacolod) successfully conducted their 2021 Project Planning done last January 9, 2021, at Kapetalismo, Barangay Bata, Bacolod City. Project Planning is an annual event of the HAPI wing with the purpose of collecting ideas, maintaining events, […]

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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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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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The Struggle of Online Education

By Javan Poblador / September 9, 2020

The Struggle of Online Education by Joshua Villalobos Bacolod City   The COVID-19 pandemic has shoved to our throats a modality new to us – the online learning. It should be noted that there are existing effective online education programs prior to the pandemic. Among its implementer is no less than the University of the […]

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