In Photos: The First HAPI General Assembly in Cebu, Philippines Feb. 21, 2016 – A history made

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The HAPI Core Awarded the Humanist of the Year Award to Mr. Alvin Dizon of Cebu City Council: The Service Component
The HAPI Executive Director, Jennifer Gutierrez with Mr. Alvin Dizon
Students from a Cebu Provincial High School were invited to SHARE our mission and vision in HAPI
A HAPI session and Strategic Planning
Panel Discussion with Andy Uyboco, Don Paez and Atty Jesus Falcis

Atty Jesus Falcis,  Our very own Jesus

Chantal and Ruben

Andy on Secularism and Don Paez, CFO
Some HAPI Core Officers
Jamie del Rosario Martinez, HAPI Project Implementer is a religious humanist
Certificate of Attendance Distribution

Some of the HAPI Attendees with the Cebu Hosts, Members from Leyte, Bacolod and Manila
Celebrating a HAPI birthday with the Attendees

A very happy birthday to the HAPI Executive Director, Jennifer Gutierrez

Bobby Olarte, The HAPI GA Chairman
who was responsible for the huge success of the very
first general assembly.
He is also the HAPI Assistant Chairperson, based in NYC, USA.

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