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Updates from the field
During Women’s Month in March, Women GO staff met with Mayor Filipina Grace R. America of Infanta, Quezon to discuss the scope of the Women GO project.
Meet Nanay Lourdes, who raised 16 children. Her income? Farming and harvesting natural materials from the forest to make brooms at P20 or $0.40 cents USD each.
A poem by Women GO Community Organizer Raquel Buerano. It is in Filipino entitled, “Ang Babae, Noon at Ngayon.”
“…Women are the people who will bring balance to decision-making within their community.” Imee Aguillon shares this after supporting a women’s group consultation in Quezon province where the longest mountain range in the country begins.