FAO - ICSF's Project on Support the social, economic and environmental transformation of the small-scale fisheries sector towards its better contribution to food security and poverty eradication as a result of improved policies, strategies and initiatives

Philippines

Tambugog Development Center
Dinna L.Umengan
Tambuyog Development Center,
23A Marunong St., Bgy. Central,
Diliman, Quezon City,
PHILIPPNES
dinnaumengan@yahoo.com
+632 9264415
+639189120515

International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)
Zaanstraat 282,
1013 SB Amsterdam,
The Netherlands
Email: icsf@icsf.net

Outcome:

  • The SSF Guidelines are integrated into policies and laws governing the small-scale fisheries sector at the national level.

Activities:

  • Compilation and review of major policies and laws governing the small-scale fisheries subsector in the Philippines
  • Benchmarking of the Philippine policies and laws governing small-scale fisheries with the SSF Guidelines components
  • Compilation and review of existing fisheries programmes and policies related to natural disasters and climate change
  • Consultation with government agencies engaged in the SSF subsector
  • Consultation with major stakeholders on identifying challenges to participation in food security and poverty eradication
  • Development of strategies towards implementation of the SSF Guidelines in the Philippines
  • Consultation workshops with government agencies on mainstreaming of the SSF Guidelines towards greater participation of small-scale fishers in food security and poverty eradication
  • Capacity building for national and local implementers of the SSF Guidelines
  • Identify strategies for advocacy and implementation of the SSF Guidelines at the national level
  • Targeted information, education and communication (IEC) for key government agencies engaged in the implementation of policies and programmes governing the SSF sector

Group Photo

Philippines group photo


Project Materials and Reports

  • Narrative Report: Philippines

Presentation: