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By Merlie Figura HammerChemist & Retired Medical Underwriter Some basic definitions: an epidemic is when a disease affects a large number of people within a community, population, or region. A pandemic is an epidemic that has spread over multiple countries or continents. As Covid-19 began spreading in Wuhan, China, it became an epidemic. When the disease spread […]
It is truly a milestone when a seed, planted on the ground and plowed amid the harsh storms, grows of vibrant green leaves, adding a little bit of life to what seems like a harsh world, and bears fruits of a farmer’s tender love and hard labour. This is definitely a metaphor to the humble […]
By Glemir Sordilla HAPI Scholar Ever since I was a kid, I bombarded my parents with my curiosity. “Why does the moon follow me everywhere?” I used to ask, or “Why did you say Santa gave me my gift when I know it’s from you?” Despite my genuine interest and hunger for answers, they always […]
The Humanist Alliance Philippines, International condemns the horrendous act of discrimination against transgender woman, Gretchen Diez, by a janitress and the other staff members of Farmers’ Plaza Mall in Cubao. Yesterday, transgender woman Gretchen Diez was humiliated in a mall restroom. Not only that Gretchen was blocked from using the women’s restroom, she was dragged […]
TAAL Relief Operations : The HAPI Way Written by Filipinas Del Valle 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. […]
A Field Trip On the morning of the 12th of June, 2017, members of the Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) attended a feeding program for children at their adopted barangay, Purok 7C at Ilaya st, Alabang, Muntinlupa city. With them came along some of the delegates from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and the USA, as well […]
Throughout history, religion has shaped people’s culture, society, and a sense of morality. But what role does it play in the progressive modern world? In a secular state? Can one be a good person without “faith”? Both non-religious and religious participants coming from different schools, civil society and organizations were able to explore these questions […]