BFAR shells out P1.2M worth of assistance to Marawi
Giving its fair share at the country’s effort to revive Marawi City, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has shelled out as much as P1.2 million to give away fishery assistance in the province.
A statement showed that BFAR recently turned over P1.2-million worth of fishery assistance, which include 60 non-motorized fiberglass boats and go units of gill nets.
BFAR also distributed operating capital amounting to P2,500 each for 60 beneficiaries.
This was part of the Department of Agriculture’s close coordination with the Task Force Bangon Marawi, together with the Departments of Social Work, Trade and Industry, Technical Education Skills Development Authority, and the National Housing Authority, among others.
Task Force Bangon Marawi was created to speed up the recovery of Marawi City.