The performance of the BFAR-SAAD for the whole year of 2020 was achieved through the concerted efforts of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), its Regional and Provincial offices in coordination with the Local Government Units (LGUs).
With the challenges that confront the marginal fisherfolks, the BFAR-SAAD provide appropriate interventions and initiatives thru its mission towards improving the incomes of fisherfolk in the priority provinces in the Philippines thru the implementation of sustainable rural development strategies with its core livelihood programs and projects such as the Aquaculture Production Program, Capture Fisheries Development Program and Post-harvest Development Program.
For 2020 annual accomplishment, the program had a total of 4,873 individuals and 259 group from aquaculture projects established from this year. The projects is mainly composed of village hatcheries, fingerlings and feeds distribution, fish cages and similar intervention.The said livelihood interventions intend to improve production and increase the income of the marginal fisherfolks.. It should also be noted that Region 13 Conducted 25 trainings for its beneficiaries as well to orient the beneficiaries on how to raise their animal stock properly
During the whole year of 2020, a total of 1,935 individual beneficiaries and 92 groups received assistance and interventions from capture fisheries related projects from 2020
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As a summary of the accomplishments from interventions conducted since 2017. BFAR-SAAD had a total of 408 Livelihood projects with 33,33 Individual benficiaries and 936 groups with a total of 22,390 members
Financial Accomplishment 2020 (Php’000)
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BFAR-SAAD’s budget is uitilized by the National Office, BFAR-SAAD Regional Counterparts and its Provincial offices to support marginalized fisherfoilks in 30 priority provinces. Within the priority ares, 10 provinces graduated last year. (Apayao, Northern Samar, Eastern Samar, Samar, Negros oriental, Zamboanga del Norte, lanao del Sur, Cotobato, Sarangani and Maguindanao)