Mangrove and Beach Forest Development Project gets P400M
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The need to protect mangrove and beach forests against the devastating effects of climate change has come to the fore with the aftermath of super typhoon "Yolanda". In the light of possible typhoons that could damage communities, the Philippine government moved to include the Mangrove and Beach Forest Development Project (MBFDP) as a component program under the National Greening Program (NGP). In Western Visayas, DENR-6 expedites the implementation of the MBFDP. Currently, the organization has produced 339,352 seedlings/propagules of mangrove and beach forest species by in Negros Occidental and Capiz.
Mangrove and Beach Forest Development Project gets P400M. (2015, June 25). Panay News, p. C5.
Mangroves; Hurricanes; Mangrove conservation; Climatic changes; Governments; Financing; Environmental protection; Environmental restoration; Mangrove and Beach Forest Development Project (MBFDP); Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI; Sampulna, Jim
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