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HAPI in Bicol: Brigada Eskwela 2019

By Dwengster / May 21, 2019 / 0 Comments

Pilar, Sorsogon May 19, 2019 HAPI – Humanist Alliance Philippines, International has always been an advocate of youth education. This year, HAPI’s project for education aims to spread the joy of reading. As part of this program, HAPI is joining and taking part in Brigada Eskwela 2019 at Sta. Fe Elementary School in Pilar, Sorsogon […]

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HAPI-Kids Teaching Kids

By Marissa Langseth / May 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

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 […]

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The Balangaw Project: Empowering the LGBTQ+ Community through Education

By Alvin John Ballares / April 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Balangaw Project : Empowering the LGBTQ+ Community through Education by Glemir Sordilla Bacolod City, Philippines April 5, 2019   The Balangaw Project: Empowering the LGBTQ+ Community through Education is a series of continuous talks that the Humanist Alliance Philippines, International Jr (HAPI Jr) in partnership with the Supreme Student Government of Bata National High […]

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HADUAN AETA READING ROOM – 5 years of Dreaming and a few more days of Reality

By Claris Quezon / March 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

The program of early interactive education was in existence before the mini- library was conceptualized. The idea took root when about 5 years ago while reading “RED CROSS LAGING HANDA MANUAL”  a child asked me what does a library look like. I have enthralled them about stories and introduced them the concept of a library […]

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Disaster Reduction and Climate change -a Humanist approach

By Claris Quezon / February 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

Preamble to make the listeners at ease in humanism as a context on disaster reduction and climate change. As most of you have gone through Grade 11 and Disaster Risk Reduction core subjects have been incorporated already in your curriculum, what I will do is give you a review but will focus on humanism as […]

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HAPI kids visit the National Museum of Natural History

HAPI kids visit the National Museum of Natural History

By McJarwin Cayacap / September 30, 2018 / 0 Comments

Officially opening to the public in May of 2018, the National Museum of Natural History in Manila has since seen long lines at its gates. Housing five stories of curated galleries of preserved fauna and flora are the old building and courtyard of the Department of Finance. Metro Manila Chapter of Humanist Alliance Philippines, International […]

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HAPI opens Filipino Sign Language classes to public

HAPI opens Filipino Sign Language classes to public

By McJarwin Cayacap / September 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

  Metro Manila Chapter of Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) organized basic Filipino Sign Language (FSL) classes in light of the House of Representatives and the Senate approving the Filipino Sign Language Act. House Bill 7503 declares FSL as the national sign language of the Filipino deaf, and the official sign language of the Philippine government […]

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HAPI joins first AdvenTURO

HAPI joins first AdvenTURO

By McJarwin Cayacap / July 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

AdvenTURO, a service project of Aral Pinoy and Making A Kinship with the Indigenous (MAKI), launched on May 26th of 2018 with a trip to Mariveles, Bataan. Making up the first group of volunteers are elementary and high school educators, corporate professionals, and humanitarians including McJarwin Cayacap who serves as the National Events Director and […]

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Women's Rights are human rights

I am a Young Woman: Advocating for Women, their Rights, and Inspiring Young Ones to Serve

By McJarwin Cayacap / May 20, 2018 / 0 Comments

I was once a child prying why many women, especially those who are married, stay home, do the household chores, and look after the children. Are they uneducated? Are these womenfolk not allowed to work and earn a living? Is this the old culture where women are kept home, and men work for the family […]

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Vitruvian Man X Humanism

How Humanism Gave Birth To Me

By McJarwin Cayacap / May 6, 2018 / 0 Comments

Humanism begins with a question I was 8 when I first pondered over the question, “Do cavemen go to hell?” This triggered me to question humans’ knowledge of the beyond, of what lies after we die. My thirst for knowledge led me to go on a philosophical adventure in search for “the truth”. Religion was […]

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