KUCHING, July 20: Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) Women ‘Randau GPS’ programme has received positive and encouraging feedback among its target group.
PRS Women chief Datuk Seri Doris Brodie said the dialogue session will be held across the state to further promote the state ruling coalition among the people.
“So far, the feedback have been very positive and encouraging. We will continue with this programme at various PRS Women Divisions throughout Sarawak,” she said in a statement after the programme at Ngemah, Kanowit, today.
“PRS is a rural-based party. In fact, all our constituencies are rural-based. We need to work hard to reach out to our constituents especially women to explain and introduce GPS and its objectives to them,” she continued.
Doris said the programme was part of the Women’s wing educational activities for the year, organised by its Education Bureau.
She added that the sessions sought to engage its audience to interact in a less formal manner, while educating its grassroot women leaders and members on the aim and objectives of GPS.
In addition, the programme looked to inculcate sense of commitment and loyalty, consolidate support and teamwork amongst members, as well as creating awareness and understanding on the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
This was the second edition of the programme following its first session in the Batang Ai constituency, Lubok Antu, on June 14.
About 120 participants took part in the programme. Also present were PRS Women deputy chief Rosaline Neging, secretary and Education Bureau chief Misiah Abdullah, as well as PRS Ngemah Women chief Mutang Karani. — DayakDaily