Mayor Step commences livelihood assistance to marginal fishermen

Through the assistance of the Office of the City Agriculture, Mayor Step initiates the turn-over of motor engines to marginal fishermen from various barangays last September 12, 2013.

Said intervention was aimed at uplifting the economic stability of the coastal and agricultural communities. Cash Assistance for Livelihood Project has been identified as one of the solutions to the dilemma of most fishermen engaging into Capture

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Fisheries through various ways such as multiple hand line method, gill net with pressure lamp, hook and line, squid jigger, crab pot/fish pot, banca and many more.

This said project is aimed at providing an alternative livelihood for marginal fishermen in the coastal community, to promote capability building for fishermen, and to augment income from the said marginalized sector.

First to receive the said motor engine was the recipient from Barangay Silanga. Recipients from Barangays Ibol and Rama are next to be scheduled. Turn-over was assisted by City Agriculturist Ms. Ruth Dasal and Barangay Chair of Barangay Silanga Hon. Vergel Ebron.

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