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Philippines - National Fisheries Development Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    1991/09/16

  • Document Type

    Project Completion Report

  • Report Number

    9891

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Philippines,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Philippines - National Fisheries Development Project

  • Keywords

    Project Preparation and Appraisal;artisanal fishermen;social rate of return;fish resource;demand for fish;construction of land;fisheries resource base;procurement of equipment;society and culture;annual fish production;maximum sustainable yield;natural resource endowment;allocation of resource;program of support;low income group;catch at sea;weights and measure;loan negotiation;fish traders;institutional strengthening;fish marketing;commercial fishing;artisanal fishing;private enterprise;artificial reef;marketing facility;marketing arrangement;fishing technique;loan proceeds;civil works;assessment study;ice plants;fish stock;traditional fishing;local market;land site;market practice;commercial activity;resource information;export market;project identification;fishery activity;artisanal fishery;local university;study abroad;train activity;adequate resources;borrower performance;loan disbursement;positive impact;Consulting services;organizational change;input supply;existing law;cold storage;working capital;increased supply;animal protein;fiscal situation;appraisal mission;improved technologies;management service;majority shareholder;institutional framework;underwater structures;coastal water;institutional problem;natural conditions;traditional market;loan fund;fishing port;equity contribution;fishing effort;spatial movement;sandy beaches;local population;tropical water;provincial capitals;local fishermen;management skill;adult fish;industrial marketing;commercial venture;shallow water;employment generation;short period;open sea;cost financing;producer price;annual catch;primary production;supply base;private investment;artificial structures;young people;budgetary process;financial operation;resource availability;labor-intensive industry;fishing operation;project revision;apparent deviation;government interference;market orientation;institutional management;operational level;small-scale farming;larger vessels;fish storage;short trip;sustainable benefits;financial analyst;government intervention;provincial boundaries;satisfactory manner;fish trap;commercial basis;clear delineation;fish culture;commercial fishery;marine fish;poverty alleviation;fishing boat;intense competition;market problem;catch data;government credit;extension program;local group;bank resource;depressed area;complementary measure;administrative structure;market operation;fishing ground;fish consumption;inland water;small scale producer;small-scale producer;internal market;legal personality;statistical information;market access;public corporation;foreign exchange;regulatory action;existing resources;project intervention;field work;agricultural economist;local entrepreneur;market loss;meat production;local traditions;commercial operation;financial account;professional skill;land resource;tropical country;land resources;

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Philippines - National Fisheries Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/338321468092981127/Philippines-National-Fisheries-Development-Project