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Street clean-ups, celebrations and press releases usually follow election days in the Philippines. Felix Tapao, a Romblomanon Punong Barangay (Village Chief) candidate, had another idea to thank his community for their support at the recent Barangay (Village) nationwide elections. On May 15, 2018, his daughter, Jean Karla Tapao of Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI), organized […]
The HAPI Core Awarded the Humanist of the Year Award to Mr. Alvin Dizon of Cebu City Council: The Service Component The HAPI Executive Director, Jennifer Gutierrez with Mr. Alvin Dizon Students from a Cebu Provincial High School were invited to SHARE our mission and vision in HAPI A HAPI session and Strategic Planning Panel […]
This time, the HAPI Kids’ volunteers had the chance to teach the younger kids. On May 1 2019, Wednesday, at Purok 7-c ilaya St. Alabang Muntinlupa City, in the afternoon, the children woke up early to prepare for HAPI Program. Almost 70 children attended in this HAPI Program to learn and to teach them reading […]
I have been adopted and have adapted the way of life of the Haduan Negrito. They have been integral part of WHO I am now and why I have been advocating for education exclusively for the area of Mount Haduan. Education is not just about teaching how to read and write, but teaching them the […]
Teen and adult volunteers of the monthly Kids Nutrition Campaign and SHADE (Secular Humanist Advocacy, Development & Education) were honored by children beneficiaries of Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) through a recognition program on February 13, 2018, at Villa Ortaliza Private Resort in Laguna. The daytime excursion was organized by Jamie Del Rosario-Martinez, HAPI Executive […]
5th Annual International Day of Protest Against Hereditary Religion – January 23, 2016 Our very own HAPI Chairperson based in NYC, USA joined this event. ” In our own little way, we are creating a dent in the religious landscape in the Philippines, the next generations to come will prefer computers to bibles.” […]