Masbate VG Revil: Public service means empowering the younger generation
For Vice Governor Kaye Revil, public service means investing on the younger generation and empowering them for a brighter future for Masbate.
“A truly empowered woman empowers others, especially the younger generation,” so said the Vice Governor as she opened the doors of her office to the high school girls from different parts of Masbate for the celebration of the International Day of the Girl.
“I was telling some staff who wondered why we bother to do these things. My reply–If we are traditional politicians we won’t bother do this & spend time, energy, effort & resources to those that aren’t even voters yet,” said Revil.
“But we are public servants, so we give out the best service & this we do keeping in mind the welfare of the new generation. We invest on them & hopefully someday soon, we see a brighter Masbate,” she added.
The Vice Governor said that she is “grateful” to all the schools who sent their “best girl representative/leader” for the Celebration for the International Day of the Girl by the Office of the Vice Governor in partnership with Plan International.
“The activity is to support girls’ growth and increase their awareness of gender and equality issues faced worldwide. It also sought to inspire them as they are informed about the successful emergence of girls and young women as a distinct cohort in development policy, programming, campaigning and research,” said the Vice Governor.
“Thank you Plan International especially for this meaningful collaboration.
God bless the girls of Masbate,” she said.