The Philippine Embassy celebrated the 2019 International Women´s Month through its “Hatid Kaalaman Para sa mga Pilipino” on 10 March 2019 at Las Rozas, Spain with the Mayantoquenians Association.
The Embassy´s information caravan kicked off its second successful campaign with a group of approximately one hundred attendees from the Mayantoquenian Association, a local Filipino community organization whose members are from Mayantoc, Tarlac.
Labor Attaché Joan Lourdes D. Lavilla, Military Attaché Col. Harold Anthony F. Pascua, Welfare Officer Nesa S. Nolido and Gender and Development Focal Person Chester A. Diaz conducted the forum which is aimed at increasing the public knowledge and information on consular services, labor and welfare services, security affairs and other embassy projects/programs. The caravan also provided services, and consultations.
A training on “Starting Your Own Business” was also conducted as part its Gender and Development, Preparedness & Reintegration Programs of the Embassy for Filipinos overseas by empowering them through additional knowledge and skills.
The Embassy´s “Information Handbook for Filipinos” was also distributed to all participants.
“Hatid Kaalaman Para sa mga Pilipino sa Spain at Andorra” is a brainchild project of Ambassador Philippe J. Lhuillier, which is aimed at providing Filipinos with a comprehensive information program and trainings at their doorsteps.