HAPI Bags Award from the 2nd Duyan Awards

Posted by Shane | Posted on January 29, 2021

Last January 26, HAPI became an awardee of the 2nd Duyan Awards, an event by Project Red Ribbon. This is a big honor (our first award from them ever!) and we’d like to thank our partner Project Red Ribbon for the recognition.

Together with organizations like Project Red Ribbon, HAPI is proud to keep young Filipino kids living with HIV happy and smiling. More than anything, this award is for them!

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From HAPI’s Duyan: A Love Without Borders event last year!

The Project Red Ribbon Care Management Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit foundation registered under the Securities and Exchange Commission of the Philippines. It is an HIV and AIDS advocacy foundation composed of advocates, supporters and persons living with HIV (PLHIV) in the Philippines.

The Duyan Program is one of its programs that specifically aims to provide care and support to Filipino children with HIV. “Duyan” is a Tagalog noun which means “cradle”. The Duyan Program will cradle these children with HIV with the care, love and attention they deserve, ultimately improving their quality of life until they are once again healthy, playing and able to go back to school.

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