Fisheries body sets aside P200m for ARMM fish ports
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The Philippine Fisheries Development Authority has allocated close to P200 million for the constructional of fish ports in seven coastal municipalities in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. Eduardo Chu, PFDA general manager told media the move "is a part of a comprehensive peace and development intervention for the economic recovery and development of Muslim Mindanao, considered a depressed, distressed and underserved area. Chu added the project seeks to help uplift the living condition of the region’s indigenous tribes of Maranao, Tausug, Yakan, Iranon, Maguindanaon and Samal.
Rimando, P. (2016, July 16). Fisheries body sets aside P200m for ARMM fish ports. The Manila Standard, p. A7.
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