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Advocacy

HIV Testimonial: Down to Three and It’s Up to Me

August 22nd, 2014

This is my first time to deliver a testimony about my HIV status in front of several unfamiliar faces since I was diagnosed. It feels like I am transported back to a time wherein I am lying on a bed and some of the patients near me were slowly dying. I’ll never forget how life […]

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A Road Less Traveled: The Real Impact of Volunteerism

August 18th, 2014

Contributed by: Joan delos Reyes Bassig When you’re burnt out from work, what do you do? When you’ve come to realize that no matter how much you love what you do, working 12 hours a day will not bring you success the way you thought it would. What now? I decided to volunteer. I had […]

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PAFPI Welcomes Students To Visit and Ask About HIV and AIDS

August 17th, 2014

One of the most prominent ways in order for college professors to give their students a high grade is a research paper or a thesis containing a topic untouched by many. This is what transpired for the past few months of seeing students from different universities,  come and go at the drop-in centers of Positive Action […]

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A PLHIV Journey

May 5th, 2014

Contributed by: Renee (Malate, Manila: April 7, 2014) Image Source: rayannesthoughts.blogspot.com I was given the opportunity to share my story to several doctors, midwives and nurses for a Tuberculosis and HIV Collaboration Seminar in Angeles, Pampanga last week. By the time I entered the venue I have no idea what to expect since that was […]

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Helping Other PLHIVs Made Me Understand the Meaning of Joy and Contentment

May 2nd, 2014

Image Source: news.stv.tv For the past few months of being a volunteer for Positive Action Foundation Philippines, Incorporated (PAFPI), I’ve seen people from different walks of life share their stories to motivate newly diagnosed HIV positive individuals. Not only are they opening themselves to the possibility of new found friendship, but most importantly to give […]

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Testimonials During TB and HIV Collaboration Seminar Brings Deeper Understanding About the HIV Virus

April 29th, 2014

Celestino A. Ramirez, Vice President and Training Director of Positive Action Foundation Philippines, Incorporated (PAFPI), was invited to speak for a capacity building among TB-DOTS facilities service providers from 17 local government units (LGUs) around the National Capital Region. Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP) supported the two-part event entitled “Tuberculosis or TB and HIV […]

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The Mathematics of Life: A Self-Empowerment Lecture

March 31st, 2014

“Nothing can be loved or hated unless it is first understood.” – Leonardo da Vinci  ‘The Mathematics of Life’ is a self-empowerment lecture formulated by the PAFPI-YaKAP Movement based on Leonardo da Vinci’s words combined with unconventional ways of explaining how one can relate Mathematics to a human being’s capacity and ability to use his […]

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Project longevidad Stresses the Need for a Positive Mindset

March 31st, 2014

Project Longevidad, a partnership project of XTRM team 1-11 of USANA Health Sciences Philippines. Positive Action Foundation Philippines, Inc. (PAFPI), and PAFPI’s Yakap Movement held their first activity last January 31, 2014. The orientation and seminar that tackles the need for character development and training was held at the Bahay Kanlungan drop-in center. The event […]

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HIV on Wheels

December 18th, 2013

The number of people in the Philippines infected of HIV is rising fast. It speedily rise just like the turning of wheel in a city bustling of loud noises yet unaware of the threat of the infection. With this, Positive Action Foundation Philippines, Inc. (PAFPI) thought of a strategy that could reach and educate the […]

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Positive Outlook for Positive People

December 18th, 2013

Most people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the Philippines became hopeless. They give up when the physician said, “You only have 24 hours or a month to live,” but with their will, they can survive. This is what we do when we visit them in the treatment hubs or in their houses to assist their […]

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