Panama City -- The beginning of Tagua
Every week, the women taking part in programs at Tagua overcome many obstacles to attend the classes. They are encouraged to apply what they learn at Tagua in their own homes, and have the opportunity to sell the products they learn how to make, thus obtaining a source of income for their families.
In addition to the classes, talks on family education and human virtues are offered in Tagua, and are welcomed as eagerly as the professional classes.
In May 2004, the first phase of construction of the school of hospitality skills will be completed. Thanks to this new building, it will be possible to reach more people in the area and increase the number of courses, thus contributing more effectively to the advancement of Panamanian women.
Romana, No. 37, July-December 2003, p. 83.