FEATURE: ISDApp: Empowering fisherfolk with accessible weather information

The Philippine fishery sector provides 1.6 million jobs for Filipinos, including many coastal low-income families. These families rely on municipal or smallscale fisheries as their primary source of income and subsistence. Despite the abundant opportunities offered by the sea, poverty remains prevalent in the fishery sector, with a 31 percent poverty incidence rate in 2021, continue reading : FEATURE: ISDApp: Empowering fisherfolk with accessible weather information

FEATURE: Bridging salt gap, building a stronger Phl salt industry

The salt industry in the Philippines, once a thriving sector in the 1990s, is now struggling to meet the demands of its population, resulting in a heavy reliance on imports from countries including Australia and China. This overreliance on imports has significantly impacted local producers, who are facing tough competition as imported salt floods the continue reading : FEATURE: Bridging salt gap, building a stronger Phl salt industry

FEATURE: Unlocking the diverse bounty of the West Philippine Sea

The persistent territorial dispute between China and the Philippines in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) has become one of the most prominent issues in recent years. This issue has resonated beyond national borders and has captured global attention. Recognized as the Philippines’ future, WPS holds great importance, offering bountiful resources and capable of boosting the continue reading : FEATURE: Unlocking the diverse bounty of the West Philippine Sea