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    • Yap orders thorough probe on Quedancor fund mess 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (The News Today, July 16, 2007, on page 3)
      Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap has ordered a thorough audit of the loan portfolio of the Quedan and Rural Credit Guarantee Corp. (Quedancor) due to the more than P500 million unexplained losses to the government. In a ...
    • Yap orders thorough probe on Quedancor fund mess 

      Ison, Lilybeth G. (Visayan Daily Headlines, July 16, 2007, on page 2)
      Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap has ordered a thorough audit of the loan portfolio of the Quedan and Rural Credit Guarantee Corp. (Quedancor) due to the more than P500 million unexplained losses to the government. In a ...
    • Yap unveils abalone breeding program 

      (The Philippine Star, July 22, 2007, on page B-4)
      Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap launched here yesterday a five-year, P15-million program spearheaded by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) and DA-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) ...
    • Year after arbitration: Options and directions 

      del Rosario, Albert (Philippine Daily Inquirer, July 12, 2017, on page A13)
      Today marks the first anniversary of the arbitral tribunal’s award on the case that the Philippines filed against China. This anniversary presents an opportunity for us to look closely at our country’s direction. Together, ...
    • The year of maritime cooperation between China and the ASEAN launched 

      (Manila Bulletin, March 31, 2015, on page 8)
      China hopes all-round maritime cooperation with the ASEAN will become a model for building the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi said here on March 28. Yang made the remark at a ceremony ...
    • Year-End Report 2018: A look back at the year's movers and shakers 

      PN (Panay News, December 31, 2018, on page 2)
      The country’s top tourist destination was closed to tourism activities for six months beginning April 26 for a massive cleanup and rehabilitation due to years of neglect and abuse. President Rodrigo Duterte called Boracay ...
    • YEARENDER: DENR restores Boracay as world-class destination 

      Villanueva, Rhodina; Simeon, Louise Maureen (The Philippine Star, December 28, 2018, on page 5)
      The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) – the lead agency of the Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force (BIATF) – immediately rose to the challenge, and closed down establishments found releasing waste and ...
    • 'Yolanda' damage could have been less extensive - DA 

      Sorsano, Freda Mae (Panay News, April 4, 2014, on page 2)
      The damage left by super typhoon "Yolanda" could have been less extensive had there been more effort to make the country better prepared to cope with climate change, said Regional Director Larry Nacionales of the Department ...
    • Yolanda-hit seaweed industry has yet to bounce back 

      Mozo, Malou M. (Manila Bulletin, May 16, 2014, on page 17)
      The country's seaweed sector is yet to recover six months after super typhoon Yolanda ravaged seaweed plantation in the country, damaging about a third of the country's total euchema supply from Palawan and Eastern Samar. ...
    • Young man in a hurry raises bangus, broilers 

      Sarian, Zac (Manila Bulletin, March 30, 2017, on page B-7)
      Meet a young man in a hurry who refused to go to college so he could enjoy his passion for growing bangus and later boilers. He is 27-year-old Christian Rillera of Bolinao, Pangasinan, who is taking charge of more than a ...
    • Young sea cow rescued in Quezon 

      Villanueva, Rhodina (The Philippine Star, January 12, 2014, on page 1-6)
      The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has rescued a neonate male dugong (sea cow) that got stranded in the waters of Barangay Binulasan in Infanta, Quezon. A team from the Biodiversity Management Bureau ...
    • Young Tawi-Tawi scientist out to save sea of childhood 

      Uy, Jocelyn R. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, July 24, 2016, on page A1-A15)
      The sea, with its diverse marine life, and the pristine beaches of his hometown Sibutu Island in Tawi-Tawi were Richard Muallil’s playground as a child. Now, as a 35-year-old marine scientist, Muallil is hoping to transform ...
    • Youth org seeks to conserve Pandan mangroves 

      Checa, Stephen Louie; Alongsagay, John Carl (Panay News, February 10, 2018, on page 3)
      Panda, Antique - a multinational youth organization looks to conserve mangrove forests and boosts local aquaculture in a village in this town. Alpha team Organization (ATO), Inc. has recently launched the Mag-Aba Mangrove ...
    • Youth to unleash inner heroes in 2018 International Coastal Cleanup Summit 

      (Manila Standard, September 25, 2018, on page B4)
      The International Coastal Cleanup is a global movement celebrated every third Saturday of September yearly and being participated by more than 100 countries across the globe, including the Philippines, as we rally the ...
    • Youth urged to 'unleash inner heroes' to address marine debris problem 

      (Manila Bulletin, September 27, 2018, on page 27)
      Youngsters from Zambales, Olongapo, Bataan, and greater Subic Bay were challenged to "unleash their inner heroes" in the recent 2018 International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Environment Summit. ICC is a global movement celebrated ...
    • Zambales fisherfolk harassed by China gets livelihood assistance 

      Regala, Franco G. (Manila Bulletin, July 11, 2015, on page 8)
      The provincial government said yesterday it has been creating alternative sources of livelihood for the more than 10,000 fisherfolk in the province adversely affected by the harassment of Chinese authorities in the disputed ...
    • Zambales fishermen favor strong President to end China's blockade 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 7, 2016, on page A18)
      A 30-foot trawler named "Marvin" lies beached on a grass bank overlooking the South China Sea, idle since China's Coast Guard began driving away Philippine fishermen after a fierce standoff four years ago. Its 10-man crew ...
    • Zambales fishers find more dredging devices 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, August 16, 2015, on page A8)
      Fishermen are towing a kilometer-long dredge floater assembly, hoping to bring it to shore today, after they found it drifting at sea several kilometers from Iba, Zambales, on Friday night. At least 30 fishermen from ...
    • Zambales fishers raring to return to Scarborough but wait 

      Macatuno, Allan (Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 4, 2016, on page A8)
      Fishermen from this coastal town said they were waiting for confirmation from government officials on whether they could return to the contested Scarborough Shoal amid reports that China would soon allow them to fish in ...
    • Zambales fishers receive processing equipment 

      Reyes, Jonas (Manila Bulletin, July 9, 2015, on page 14)
      A fishing community in Zambales received ₱167,480 worth of equipment under the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Shared Service Facility (SSF) program. The agency gave the Camiing Fisherfolk Association Incorporated ...