BFAR recruits personnel
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The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources said Thursday it enlisted some of its personnel in an intensive law enforcement training program to strengthen the country's fight against illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing. BFAR said 62 trainees were able to complete the three-month boot camp in October 2014. "The training was meant to capacitate our personnel with enough knowledge and skills that will allow them to ensure proper management and protection of the country's fisheries and aquatic resources," said Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala.
Estrada, A. L. G. (2015, January 16). BFAR recruits personnel. Manila Standard, p. B1.
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