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A Parent’s Love and Pain

By Javan Poblador | January 24, 2020

A Parent’s Love and Pain by Maria Juana Valenzuela January 23, 2020 Quezon City, NCR, Philippines   Last Sunday, January 19, Humanist Alliance Philippines International in partnership with Rotary Club of Roosevelt and Project Red Ribbon brings you Duyan: A Love Without Borders that aims to eradicate stigma on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired […]

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HAPI Duma Celebrates 1st Anniversary

By Javan Poblador | January 22, 2020

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 […]

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A More Colorful Balangaw Project

By Javan Poblador | January 21, 2020

Free from the confines of school projects and school activities, the Juniors of HAPI gathered up for the “Balangaw Project: Module Making” event at Kapihan Sa Patio, a homey and relaxing café shop on January 11, 2020. With the supervision of Mr. John Albert Pagunsan, the goal of making a module that is efficient and […]

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HAPI Youth Launches New Secular Shirts

By Javan Poblador | January 13, 2020

Another new milestone has been reached by the HAPI Youth as they launch their flagship fundraising project “The Apostate Collection” on Facebook on December 28, 2019. The Apostate Collection aims to start conversations on rational thinking and secularism in the country without being too much “in your face.” Design   Sever the tethers of doctrinal […]

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MOA Signing Between Atheist Republic and HAPI

By Dwengster | January 13, 2020

The Naked Turtle Sports Bar Cubao, Quezon City December 21, 2019   The Atheist Republic, represented by the admins of Atheist Republic Metro Manila Consulate namely Mac Adornado and Jovee Brazal, signed an official Memorandum of Agreement this 21st of December, 2019 at The Naked Turtle Sports Bar in Cubao, Quezon City. Being both secular […]

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World Aids Day 2019

By Javan Poblador | January 4, 2020

To start the month in commemoration of World Aids Day, which was held during December 1, and founded since 1988, to raise awareness, funds, and ending the stigma, through improving education about Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) was locally celebrated at SM Bacolod Atrium. HIV is a virus that […]

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2020 Wishes From the HAPI CFO

By Dwengster | January 3, 2020

2020 Wishes From the HAPI CFO December 29, 2019 10:49 PM (+8GMT) San Juan, La Union, Philippines   The year that was… 2019 – a year which truly tested patience, temperament, and resounding resoluteness to outwit and overcome seemingly magnanimous obstacles and obfuscations. 2019 was also a year which strengthened bonds of family and friendship. […]

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Staying Sane in 2020

By Alvin John Ballares | January 1, 2020

    Staying Sane in 2020 Michael Sherman Dade City, Florida As the New Year approaches, I always reflect on the past year, the good, the bad and the ugly and the possibilities for the New Year. This year is no different . . . but then again, maybe it is.  One thing that stands […]

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HAPI Junior: 2 Years and Counting

By Javan Poblador | January 1, 2020

Time flies so fast and the milestones that we have achieved can sometimes be taken for granted because of how busy we are. The Juniors were gathered around recently for a meeting, usually talking about their future endeavors when they find themselves realizing that it’s been 2 years since HAPI Junior was established. They looked […]

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