Fisheries 5-year plan due
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The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) is launching next month a five-year plan that will promote "optional development and long-term sustainability" of the benefits derived from the country's marine resources. " With a plan crafted by the stakeholders for the fisheries industry through participatory approach, we are very confident that we will be seeing a more improved globally competitive Philippine fisheries in the next five years," Agriculture Undersecretary and BFAR National Director Asis G. Perez said in a statement yesterday.
Saulon, V. (2016, January 08-09). Fisheries 5-year plan due in Feb. Business World, p. 4/S1.
Fisheries; Planning; Sustainable development; Marine resources; Fishery industry; Conferences; Aquaculture; Marketing; Financing; Community fishing; Post harvest losses; Socioeconomic aspects; Poverty alleviation; Department of Agriculture; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Perez, Asis
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