Southern Luzon State University

Southern Luzon State University

Gender Sensitivity Training Continues: Second Batch Empowers 4Ps Male Spouses from Tayabas City”

Southern Luzon State University (SLSU) Office of Extension Services (OES), with DSWD FO CALABARZON and MGAD Lucban, concluded the second installment of Gender Sensitivity Training for Male Spouses (GSTMS). Which took place on March 25, 2024, at the SLSU College of Allied Medicine Learning Center (CLC) in Lucban, Quezon, the training was p[articipated by 4Ps beneficiaries from Tayabas City, Quezon.

Dr. Frederick T. Villa, President of SLSU, opened the activity through acknowledging the collective effort poured into the training, recognizing the DSWD FO IV-A and the Municipal GAD Office. Dr. Villa expressed gratitude to the attendees, particularly the 4Ps male spouses, for their dedication and commitment to participating in the event. He emphasized the significance of their presence, highlighting their support for the ongoing nationwide observance of National Women’s Month. Furthermore, Dr. Villa encouraged all participants to embody the essence of being a pillar of their household or the “haligi ng tahanan.

The second batch of training were attended by eighty-seven (87) 4Ps male spouses from Tayabas City actively engaging in each session. Under the guidance of facilitators Ms. Rhoda R. Ello and Ms. Theresa R. Portuguez from DSWD FO IV-A, participants delved into a series of interactive activities aimed at fostering gender sensitivity and awareness.

The continued collaboration and efforts of SLSU, DSWD FO CALABARZON, and MGAD Lucban not only equip participants with invaluable insights but also capacitates them into becoming a valuable citizen to the community promoting an inclusive and equitable future for all.

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