HAPI Monthly Feeding with A Swiss

Posted by admin | Posted on January 18, 2016
Chantal with the HAPI ladies lead by Jamie

 January 17, 2016

HAPI has been making waves in  and around the country of  the Philippines, and of course, internationally, this time reaching the mountains of  Switzerland.
A Swiss national and Filipino Halfie flew to visit and checked out the Nutritional Campaign of HAPI dubbed as HAPI-Riles, in Alabang, Muntinlupa. Such a kind gesture to help feed the kids.

She said “wow” when  she saw the HAPI library teeming with books of >800 at this time.
Another balikbayan box from  the HAPI Chairperson , ms M, is scheduled  to arrive any time this month as per Johnny Ocean’s cargo,  which will come directly from NYC, USA.

HAPI Library , still needs more book shelves

 
Ms Blum  said,  she had fun feeding  the kids and is  very happy to know that vegetables are being served as one of the regular food groups. She also said the kids are well behaved and disciplined.
Ms. Blum will  be going to Cebu to attend the very first general assembly of HAPI as an observer and will continue to attend meetings and events in Manila as part of her research work about humanism in the Philippines, whereby, HAPI was recommended by another friend who is a German national.

Her parting words: ” I  will be back on  February 14th  to bring some Swiss chocolates for the kids.”  Can you blame her?

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