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Title: Fish Port in Mabini, Bohol
Post by: MIKELIGALIG.com on May 19, 2009, 08:31:49 PM
     Department of Agriculture Secretary Arthur Yap braved the rain as he led town and barangay officials in the ground breaking ceremony for the completion of the P20-million Mabini Fish Port on May 10 in barangay Baybayon.

      Yap, getting known for his liberal scheme in dispensing multi-million infrastructure projects in the countryside, emphasized the importance of the fish port that will serve as the doorway for domestic and foreign investors.

      However, he lamented over the condition of the existing fish port that collapsed more than a decade ago which could have been used for vital trade linkages with the neighboring island provinces of Leyte, Surigao or Cebu if congressional allocations were only made to finish the project.

      “The Mabini Fish Port seemed hopeless until Secretary Yap took a new tack to save it,” according to Baybayon OIC Barangay Captain Romie Toong.

      DA secretary ordered to expedite the bidding process to start the project by middle of June.

      Yap also looks forward along with Mabini Mayor Stephen Rances to merge agro-industry and tourism to create tremendous impact of investments that will cater competitive advantages by boosting leverage on the town’s mainland and marine resources.

      He further said that the town has good agricultural and arable land suitable for rice, corn, banana, mango, coffee, vegetables and other cash crops.

      With this, he allocated P30-million for the construction of mini-dams under the Small Water Impounding Project (SWIP) program of the Department of Agriculture.

        Yap earmarked another P3-million funding for the establishment of a Marine Culture Park along Cabulao Bay, the suitable nursery of marine life and the vital inland fishing ground of Mabini town where prawn, shrimps, mud and king crabs and grouper are found. - Sunday Post
Title: Re: Fish Port in Mabini, Bohol
Post by: aduy on May 20, 2009, 03:54:12 AM
kanindot og mahinayon ning proyektoha. galing baya og nitunga lang ni kay duol na ang eleksyon.
Title: Re: Fish Port in Mabini, Bohol
Post by: Aaron on May 25, 2009, 04:12:32 AM
Thats very beautiful project,hopefully granted by the gvernment.
Title: Re: Fish Port in Mabini, Bohol
Post by: borobotoy on May 25, 2009, 09:35:58 AM
nindot jud ni..daghan raba jud isda dha...
Title: Re: Fish Port in Mabini, Bohol
Post by: Aaron on June 19, 2009, 07:14:51 AM
Daghan na gyud  na matulungan anang projektoha.
Title: Re: Fish Port in Mabini, Bohol
Post by: spark on July 03, 2009, 03:02:47 PM
hopefully it will be materialized soon,
Title: Re: Fish Port in Mabini, Bohol
Post by: Candijaynon on July 03, 2009, 09:30:14 PM
Kinahanglan jud nga adunay environmental impact assessment before mag-establish ug mariculture park para mahibaw-an nga suitable jud ang bay area tukuran ani nga project. Iconsider jud pud ang design and number of cages nga pwede iaccommodate sa area. Kay basin mapareha unja sa ubang parts sa region 4A nga wa mosalir kay taas ang fish kill kay polluted na ang ilawom sa dagat tungod sa feeds nga nabulok na kay di maajo ang design. Dako ra ba jud kaajo ang pondo. D unta pud magpa-al-al sa mga consultants nga way ajo.
Title: Re: Fish Port in Mabini, Bohol
Post by: Aaron on July 05, 2009, 03:43:28 AM
hinaot unta na maagapan ang mga illegal fishing sa atoa oi,kay basig pati mga bat(sea cocumber)ay nahurot nasad pastilang paita jud wa na tay panguhaan ug sud an .
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