CHMSU joins NWTF in celebrating, empowering women

CHMSUans joined the two-day “She Wins” event organized by the Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation in celebration of National Women’s Month and International Women’s at Ayal Malls Capitol Central, March 8-9.

Bachelor of Arts in Social Science and Bachelor of Public Administration students watched the screening of “Tabuka Kami’ and Babae ang Bukas” films at the Ayala cinema, morning of March 9.

The CHMSUans also actively participated in the Safe Spaces Act Forum with Director Elvie Samson for Gender and Development as one of the resource speakers.

She Wins is in collaboration with 3ZERO Negros Occidental Network, Ayala Malls Foundation, Verlanie Faith, Inc., and the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos.

Students from STI West Negros University, University of Negros Occidental Recoletos, and Colegio San Agustin Bacolod, and local merchants also joined the activities.

On March 9, CHMSU students learned from speakers of diverse backgrounds who shared their thoughts on various daily issues that women and the community encounter. The speakers addressed important issues such as environmental preservation, labor rights, education, technology, and women’s leadership. (by Keith Brandon Cari-an)

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