By GAD Office
Posted on June 13, 2017
To continue empowering women, The Gender and Development (GAD) together with the College of Teacher Education (CTED) conducted a 2-day Livelihood Skills Training on May 30-31 held at the GAD office.
CTED professors Juliet Pelovello, Celiaflor Ferrer, Cristina Natividad and Shirley T. Pamittan lead the training for the second batch of 20 women participants from Tuguegarao City and nearby towns.
With the theme: Bead Craft Entrepreneurial Advocacy for Development and Harmony Cagayan, these women were trained to make a Bonsai-like-plant made out of paper and Bead Petals.
Meanwhile, trainees enjoyed the said activity for it paved their way to showcase their hidden artistic side.
This activity is a continuing program for the Skills Training on Bead Crafting held last March to enhance the Entrepreneurial kills of the participants.