Small fishermen form alliance
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Small fishermen in Negros Occidental have formed a provincial alliance as a response of the fishery sector and that of coastal communities to the continuing challenges of climate change. The Negros Occidental Small Fisheries Alliance (NOSFA) aims to advance the right welfare of small fisherfolks and advocate their issues and concern especially those related to the formulation and implementation of national and local fishery laws. among policies, a statement from the group said. Acting as institutional partner of NOSFA is the Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement-Negros Office.
Small fishermen form alliance. (2014, March 25). The Daily Guardian, p. 6.
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