By GAD Office
Posted on April 5, 2017
The Gender and Development (GAD) office together with the College of Teacher Education (CTE) conducted 3-day Beadcraft Skills Training for women on March 13-15 (first batch) and March 21-23 (second batch) at GAD office headed by Dr. Jocelyn Tuscano, University GAD Focal Person and Dr. Panfilo Canay, CTE Dean.
Cristina Natividad, Shirley Pamittan and Juliet Pelovello who are beadcraft skilled professors from CTE trained the 25 women participants from Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Region 02, CTE faculty, Local Government Unit (LGU) Solana, Centro 02, Tuguegarao City, CSU- Carig and Andrews for the first batch; 25 participants from CSU- Andrews Admin, Rural Improvement Club (RIC) and Centro 02, Tuguegarao City for the second batch.
The beadcraft skills training aimed to empower women through livelihood project and transferring established technology on bead crafting.
“I encourage you to use your skills you learned here because bead crafting can also be the source of your income if and only if you have the passion and patience. “ Dr. Tuscano, said.