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Friends, these are the chapter locations where you can volunteer to plant or support a chapter. Do you believe that our ecosystem is highly dependent on a natural balance? Do you wish to help maintain that balance in any way possible? Do you think a stable environment will be beneficial for our children’s futures? Reconnect […]
Title: The Life Story of Michael: A Beneficiary of HAPI Homes By Edmar Toisa Traje April 28, 2019 Valladolid, Negros Occidental Michael Magallanes is one of beneficiaries of Build a Climate Change Resilient Decent Shelter Project or HAPI HOMES. He goes by the name of Mike. Mike was born in the Island of Molocaboc, some three […]
The invitation to represent HAPI and partake in an organized trip to interview and award the sponsorships of student fund for school year 2019 to 2020 by the aloha.org was such a delight as I wanted to know more about the people from ground zero of the last Ompong (Manghut) disaster. Itogon, Benguet have always […]
Last November 4, 2017, a fire erupted in a slum area in Purok Kahirup, Barangay Masilingan, Bacolod City. It started at about 9 0’clock in the morning when all the residents were at work and some were in school. It was declared fire out after 3 hours. 23 families left empty-handed except what they have […]
Plastic pollution has been a problem all over the world. We widely use plastics because of its convenience and affordability. Non-biodegradable, plastic products are aplenty on streets and unfortunately in natural waters, putting our marine ecosystem at great risk. HAPI Junior, the youth affairs arm of Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) originating in Bacolod […]
Written by: Christopher M.V. Barredo Last December 12th, 2016, Ms. Jennifer Gutierrez, Executive Director of the Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) was interviewed by Scott Douglas Jacobsen of Conatus News, an online blogging platform started by grassroots activists giving progressive voices centre stage on issues ranging from current affairs, science, politics, education to philosophy and religion. Scott is the founder of In-Sight: Independent Interview-Based Journal and In-Sight Publishing The interview spreads awareness […]
Cool Treat for Cebu PWD (Persons With Disability) This is the second installment of the PWD feeding in Cebu courtesy of the Torres sisters: Patricia, Marissa, and Agustina. While the other two sisters who sponsored the event are away in the US, Agustina Torres braved the heat of the 11:30 sun in Cebu last December […]