Girl power! Lady legislators from Laguna never stop learning
Just because they’ve been long out of school doesn’t mean their education has stopped.
Lady legislators from Laguna are continuing to enhance their skills and capabilities by attending the Capacity Enhancement Program of the Lady Local Legislators League of the Philippines, Laguna Vice Gov. Karen Agapay shared on her Facebook page.
According to the politiko, they have to excel in their role in passing ordinances and resolutions because these are crucial to ensuring that the priority programs of the local government would be implemented. This will also help them serve their constituents better.
It seems like politikos must be lifelong students as well!
“Nov 8, 2017: ‘you’re never too old to learn something new’ #women #men #legislators
Together with women legislators from Laguna, and women and men leaders from other provinces, we attended the Capacity Enhancement Program of the Lady Local Legislators League of the Philippines (Four L), in partnership with the UP NCPAG and CLRG at the University of the Philippines in Diliman, QUEZON CITY.
As legislators, we have the important role in helping our respective provinces or municipalities, especially our governors or mayors, in drafting or passing the needed ordinances or resolutions so that priority programs will be effectively implemented. Hence, it is important that we must never stop to learn new things to serve our constituents better. pastedGraphic.png” she posted on Facebook.
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