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Luzon Newsbit: SLIPPER-MAKING

manila bulletin blue logoNaga City, Camarines Sur — The Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) office in Sorsogon has concluded a three-day skills training on slipper making using “abaca” (Manila hemp). A total of 35 women and members of the Inlagadian Livelihood Association of Women (ILAW) in Casiguran town were taught the skill.

The project was conducted in partnership with the Philippine Fiber Industry Development Authority (PhilFIDA) who sent Ms. Lolite Vibar to teach the making of abaca braids and sawali, which are the basic parts of abaca slippers. (Sarah C. Imperial)

Source: http://www.mb.com.ph/luzon-newsbits-for-october-3-2015/#tDpST1C2wXfApIbM.99

Region V News

Catanduanes Tribune
July 12, 2017 20

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Catanduanes Tribune
Jul 06, 2017 16

DAR chief turns over vital road to farmers

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Jul 04, 2017 45

DAR inaugurates P21.6-M farm-to-market road a farming…

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PNA
Jul 03, 2017 11

DAR inaugurates P21.6-Million farm-to-market road in…

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