HAPI-Nest and Farm : an Income generating project for HAPI Nutricamp

Posted by Marissa Langseth | Posted on August 9, 2016

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Bill Gates’ video about chickens – Our inspiration for creating the HAPI Nest and Farm.
Our main objective is to create projects that will sustain our HAPI projects, specifically the HAPI Nutricamp  in Alabang, Muntinlupa, whereby we feed 200 kids monthly.
With the help of the HAPI core and HAPI-Leadership,  we were able to get pledges for 500 chicks.
The project has come to fruition. The chicks have arrived and soon to be sold every 45 days.
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The Location of HAPI-Nest Farm in Cavite.
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The chicken mansion donated by ms M

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More livestock to be added to this farm. If others can have mutual funds, stock and bonds, HAPI can have a HAPI Farm.
We are the only nonreligious society in the Philippines with community outreach events  to make a difference, promoting secularism and humanism.

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