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The Cleanup Drive of Anilao River by Ms Lucille

By Hapi Editor / April 15, 2017 / 0 Comments

April 9, 2017 6:00 AM up to 10:00 AM Cogon, Ormoc City, Leyte 2nd Humanitarian / Environmental Aid Project: The Cleanup Drive of Anilao River A HAPI Leyte – The Union of Artists of Maharlika, International initiative I write this in loving devotion to Rebelblood – The Union of Artists of Maharlika,International President Sir Angelo […]

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Humanism, not religion, is our salvation

By admin / October 16, 2016 / 1 Comment

Typhoon Ruby is headed our way and already I see dozens of Facebook posts urging people to pray that it will be deflected, for God to spare the country, and so on. If the effectivity of prayers that came before past super typhoons are any indication, I doubt if the results would be any different this time around. Not that […]

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HAPI made it in the local news in Cebu, Philippines: Maharlika Sun

By admin / March 31, 2016 / 0 Comments

written by Junex Quinones Doronio, journalist/ HAPI member Founder, Publisher & Editor-in-Chief atMaharlika Sun, Cebu Correspondent at Manila Standard Today and Columnist at Hataw Tabloid/National Press Club

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Meeting Jesus by Andy Uyboco

By admin / March 1, 2016 / 0 Comments

Atty. Jesus Falcis, HAPI Legal Consultant   Jesus with Andy and other HAPI Core Officers: Danielle, Huemer and Dmitri I had a personal encounter with Jesus in Cebu last weekend, at this wonderful place called Hamerson’s Hotel. I was one of the guest speakers at a leadership meeting and general assembly of Humanist Alliance Philippines, […]

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HAPI Core awarding of the Humanist Award to Mr. Alvin Dizon of Cebu City Council , Cebu Philippines

By admin / February 29, 2016 / 0 Comments
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A Birthday Wish for ALL from John Isaac Saguit : Can we just Get Along?

By admin / February 18, 2016 / 1 Comment

February 19, 2016 I don’t want to start my birthday with loads of negative emotions, so I’m just gonna let these all out. You already probably heard about it. Yes, about Manny Pacquiao’s statement, his usage of words from the Bible to back it up, and the outrage of the LGBTQIA+ community against it. Now, […]

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The State of HAPI-ness

By admin / February 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

February 15, 2016 Greetings from NYC, USA! Now that we’ve reached our second year as an organization, it’s a good idea to remember why we do the things we do. Why are we HAPI? Trailblazers First: we are HAPI because we envision ourselves as the trailblazers of secular humanism in the Philippines. This is our […]

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Press Release: 2016 HAPI General Assembly to be held in Cebu City, PH

By admin / February 4, 2016 / 0 Comments

Mr. Olarte works as a  Knowledge Management  Adviser for the United Nations Headquarters  in New York.  HAPI will be having its first General Assembly on 21 February 2016 in Hamersons Hotel, Cebu City, Philippines. The purposes of the GA are to strengthen the strategy of the HAPI organization and the sense of community of members. “We believe […]

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Forests of Hope and HAPI-ness: When the HAPI Trees Project Unfold

By admin / January 29, 2016 / 0 Comments

Jennifer C. Gutierrez,  Climate leader, trained under the Climate Reality Leadership Corps in Canada by VP AL Gore The Executive Director’s Report FORESTS OF HOPE and HAPI-ness: When the HAPI TREES Project Unfold The HAPI Trees Nationwide Tree Planting Project is not just an ordinary tree planting activity, not in a sense that unlike those […]

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Guest Blogger : A HAPI Human Rights Advocate from Hawaii, USA

By admin / January 27, 2016 / 0 Comments

January 27, 2016 I joined HAPI in honour of the borderlands, “Other” child I used to be; to retroactively tell her that curiousity, wonder, and questions are not sins needing absolution, but rather, they are wings that make me soar above the clouds to get a better view of the human condition. Joining HAPI is […]

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