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    • SEAFDEC: A boon to the fishing industry 

      Sobrevaga, Bel S. (The Visayan Tribune, April 26, 1975, on page 5)
      SEAFDEC, or Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, was established on the basis of the proposal submitted by the Philippine Government and approved at the Fourth Meeting of the SEAFDEC Council held in Manila on ...
    • President Marcos invited Cabinet Members, other top government officials expected SEAFDEC Sec. - Gen., several foreign dignitaries coming 

      (The Visayan Tribune, April 26, 1975, on page 1)
      The formal inauguration of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC), multi-million peso research complex will be held today, April 26, at its principal site along the shore of Tigbauan, this province, ...
    • The story of SEAFDEC 

      (The Visayan Tribune, April 26, 1975, on page 3-6)
      The Aquaculture Department of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) was formally established with the appointment of Dean Domiciano K. Villaluz upon nomination by the Republic of the Philippines, as ...
    • The grate and mighty province of Iloilo 

      Sumaray, Teddy S. (The Visayan Tribune, April 26, 1975, on page 1-6)
      Iloilo is one of the four provinces comprising Panay in Western Visayas. By area, it is one of the smaller provinces in the country. And yet, the importance of Iloilo to the national life goes beyond its territorial area ...
    • Milkfish research gets Canadian fund support 

      (BulletinToday, June 3, 1982, on page 9)
      The International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada has approved a $423,600 grant for the SEAFDEC aquaculture department to implement Phase III of the milkfish research project, starting April 1. Phase III, which ...
    • AQD for food sufficiency and industry stability 

      (The Philippine Journal, July 10, 1996, on page 11)
      Aquaculture is vital to produce more fish in the light of a decreasing supply from marine fisheries and increasing demand from the expanding population. In response to this need, the Aquaculture Department (AQD) of the ...
    • Will Drilon be Senate President soon? 

      Chanco, Boo (The Philippine Star, December 2, 1998, on page 29)
      While President Erap and his several bus and car loads of entourage had breakfast at a seaside seafood restaurant last Sunday, I joined Sen. Serge Osmeña III who visited SEAFDEC, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development ...
    • From predators to protectors: RP Energy moves to save endangered 'pawikans' in Zambales 

      (Manila Standard, February 23, 1999, on page B4)
      It used to be that these delicate eggs hatched by gentle creatures from the sea ended up in fisherfolk’s household pots. They were a delicacy, and also a source of livelihood. Back in the 1990s, even earlier, marine turtle, ...
    • Seafdec projects get positive feedback 

      PN (Panay News, August 18, 1999, on page 2-12)
      The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is receiving good feedback from the Local Government Units (LGU) for its verification and extension projects. Just recently, Atty. Evelyn Camposano-Jiz, Regional ...
    • China invites Seafdec to training workshop 

      SEAFDEC Aquaculture News Service (Daily Informer, August 18, 1999, on page B1)
      The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in China is inviting the Tigbauan-based Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (Seafdec) to an International Training Workshop on the Technology in Marine Culture. The ...
    • SEAFDECverification and extension projects get positive feedback 

      DI (Daily Informer, August 18, 1999, on page 2)
      The Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) is receiving good feedback from the Local Government Units (LGU) for its verification and extension projects. Just recently, Atty. Evelyn Camposano-Jiz, Regional ...
    • SEAFDEC reaches out to rebel returnees 

      (Daily Informer, September 1, 1999, on page 3)
      Slowly, they are building for their future, a future free from violence and anxiety. The rebel returnees (RR) in Tapaz just so recently put up additional six floating cages in San Julian dam. These cages will be stocked ...
    • 'Kapis' shells disappearing; gathering banned 

      Pagharion, Gerry T. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 16, 1999, on page 16)
      The gathering of world-class kapis shells and other similar species of shells is now banned in Capiz. The ban came after Mayor Antonio del Rosario signed into law an ordinance passed by the city council to save the famous ...
    • Boracay waters being rid of coral-devouring starfishes 

      Fernandez, Rudy A. (The Philippine Star, September 18, 1999, on page 18)
      A campaign to rid the waters of the world-famous tourists island of Boracay in Aklan of crown-of-thorns (COT) starfishes in on. Since last year, some 10,000 COTs have been manually gathered by local dive shop operators, ...
    • Pototan eyed as native catfish dev't center 

      PN (Panay News, October 1, 1999, on page 7-6)
      If the town Zarraga is known as the African catfish center, Pototan would like to be known as the native catfish center. The African catfish (Clarias gariepinus, C. lareza) made Zarraga famous because of the proliferation ...
    • Pototan chosen as native catfish development hub 

      Surtida, Augusto P. (Daily Informer, October 2, 1999, on page B1-B4)
      The African catfish (Clarias gariepinus, C. lazera) made Zarraga famous because of the proliferation of African catfish in that area. Their produce are sold along the highway of the town for about P90 a kilo. Now That a ...
    • Miriam first to taste from SEAFDEC tilapia 

      Aldon, Eva T. (Panay News, October 7, 1999, on page 7-6)
      Sen. Meriam Santiago was among the first to dine and taste from the first harvest of SEAFDEC-CPEU-BFAR (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center-Central Panay Economic Unification, Inc.-Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic ...
    • Seafdec to hold training on seed production of catfish 

      DI (Daily Informer, October 7, 1999, on page B1-B4)
      The native catfish or pantat (Clarias macrocephalus) is staging a comeback. Pantat has virtually disappeared from the waters of Iloilo, mainly due to high pesticide use in rice farms whose contaminated run-off water flowed ...
    • Sen Miriam first to taste tilapia from Seafdec proj 

      Seafdec News Center (Daily Informer, October 7, 1999, on page B1-B4)
      Ilongga Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago was among the first to dine and taste tilapia fromm the first harvest of Seafdec-CPEU-BFAR (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center-Central Panay Economic Unification, Inc.-Bureau ...
    • 18 ASIAN technologists complete training 

      PN (Panay News, October 8, 1999, on page 2)
      Eighteen Asian trainees completed their 4-week training course on freshwater aquaculture at the Binangonan Freshwater station of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD), September ...