Micro-enterprise development in selected fishing communities in the province of Iloilo, Philippines
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations provided funding in support of the development of micro-enterprises in Banate Bay, Iloilo and Southern Iloilo. This project was implemented by the University of the Philippines in the Visayas in coordination with the Banate Bay Resource Management Council, Inc. and the Southern Iloilo Coastal Resource Management Council. The following micro-enterprises were developed in the various municipalities of Banate Bay and Southern Iloilo: Anilao - fish balls production; Banate - fish vending; Barotac Nuevo - shrimp paste production; Barotac Viejo - oyster and mussel culture; Guimbal - fish vending; Miagao Ã» salt iodization; Oton - fish vending; San Joaquin - fish sauce production; Tigbauan - shrimp paste production.
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- Cruz-Trinidad, A., 2003. "Socioeconomic and bioeconomic performance of Philippine fisheries in the recent decades," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, number 37754, December.
- Trinidad, A.C. & Pomeroy, R.S. & Corpuz, P.V. & Agâ ¿ero, M., 1993. "Bioeconomics of the Philippine small pelagics fishery," Working Papers, The WorldFish Center, number 7817, January.
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