Mothers manage marine protected area
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Patrolling marine protected areas daily is not an easy task, and doing it without daily wage is a sacrifice not many would make. However that’s exactly what the women in Cortes, Surigao del Sur, are doing as volunteers. As mothers, they saw the value of guarding the sea for their families and future generations’ survival.
Jocson, L. (2016, May 31). Mothers manage marine protected area. The Manila Times, p. B7.
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