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Project ULIKID: No One Left Behind

By Javan Poblador / January 4, 2021 / 0 Comments

Project ULIKID: No One Left Behind by Eldemar R. Sabete Bacolod City   Ulikid is a Hiligaynon term that is equivalent to the word “look back” or to bring to mind those who are in need most especially those who cannot afford it. Amlig is a Hiligaynon term for “provide” which means give the resources […]

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E-Numan: A Cafe Humanisté Amid Crisis

By Javan Poblador / December 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

E-Numan: A Cafe Humanisté Amid Crisis by  Donna T. Darantinao Dumaguete City   Indeed, time constantly pushes humankind to evolve into every bit of its potential we wish we could have reached in the past. Although humanism has since existence during the 13th and 14th centuries, we can never deny that it has become more […]

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A New Financial Team at HAPI

By Marissa Langseth / November 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

Greetings from New York  USA! May I present to you a very HAPI announcement: Please be informed that HAPI has a  new financial team starting December 2020, in celebration of our 7th HAPI anniversary, and to start anew for our 8th year. Ms. Maria Juana Valenzuela will be the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO),  while […]

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HAPI Spotlight: Mutya Valenzuela

By Shane / November 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

Sherwin Dane Haro Nov. 3, 2020 San Jose, Antique, Philippines Audio narration by Shane Haro All too often, we hear stories about people who experience a painful childhood and come out the other side too broken to ever enact positive change in the world. Mutya Valenzuela, HAPI Board of Trustees member and one of the […]

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A Look Back, Pt. III: HAPI’s 3rd Quarter

By Shane / October 27, 2020 / 0 Comments

Six months into the reign of COVID-19, the Humanist Alliance Philippines, International (HAPI) continues to go from strength to strength, finding ways to empower Filipinos through secular humanism despite the still(!) increasing threat of the pandemic. You don’t see us giving up though, as this quarterly highlight reel will demonstrate in a bit. But before […]

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HAPI Jr. Health is Wealth Initiative – A Step Forward in the Right Direction

By Shane / October 17, 2020 / 0 Comments

HAPI Jr. Health is Wealth Initiative – A Step Forward in the Right Direction Angie Driskell Oct. 15, 2020 Metro Manila The HAPI Jr. Health is Wealth Intitiative was designed to be a series of events in various locations around the metro. The goal is to not only provide food items for children so they […]

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Suiting up the Aeta kids of Mt. Haduan!

By Shane / October 12, 2020 / 0 Comments

Mutya Valenzuela Bulacan “Giving is not just about making a donation. It’s about making a difference.” When you have something that you are no longer using, please donate it to someone else. When I heard that the children from the Aeta community of Mt. Haduan were in need of uniforms, I posted about it in […]

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HAPI-EVO Anti-Covid Campaign

By Shane / October 11, 2020 / 0 Comments

Mutya Valenzuela Malolos, Bulacan HAPI-EVO Anti-Covid Campaign is just one of our HAPI events, to wit: “We cannot do all the good that the world needs. But the world needs all the good that we can do.” Tricycle drivers, pedicab drivers and trolley operators are also frontliners. Everyday, they have to bring their passengers to […]

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Donating Rice and Sardines to HAPI KIDS Alabang

By Shane / October 10, 2020 / 0 Comments

Maria Juana Valenzuela Malolos, Bulacan “Today’s children are tomorrow’s future. They hold the future in their little hands. What we give them today is our tomorrow. Make sure everyone understands.” Last October 5, Jamie Del Rosario-Martinez, Project Coordinator of Humanist Alliance Philippines International in Alabang went out to give some rice and sardines to the […]

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Plato's Allegory: Modern Perspective

Plato’s Allegory: Modern Perspective

By Javan Poblador / October 3, 2020 / 0 Comments

Plato’s Allegory: Modern Perspective by Angelo Greñas Batangas   Three years ago, I have encountered the Allegory of the Cave by Plato. There was this uncanny feeling that among all other subjects, it was during Filipino class that I encountered it. I have always considered myself an average junior high school student and  I am […]

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