Her Planet Earth for the Women of Siargao

Update posted by SEA Movement On Dec 05, 2017

The Livelihood Program for the Women of Siargao started a very effective basic sewing training with four active participants from Gen. Luna last November 27 to December 1, 2017, held at the LGU Gen. Luna Women Center.

The women were able to upcycle the fabric made of plastic bottles into five different kinds of bag creatively that made them more confident of their sewing skill and design talent. All the bags that they will be producing will be sold to all interested establishments and the gained income will be kept for the women's weekly wages.

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Congratulations ! It’s a start and one shall hope much more will happen. Good luck and success to All !

DAVID CREBASSA

Update posted by Dec 05

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A great initiative!! Good luck all.

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Thanks for all you do, ML.

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