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BFAR provides fishing equipment and accessories to anglers in Aurora.

The Central Luzon Division of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR-3) has provided fishermen in Dingalan, Aurora, with environmentally friendly fishing equipment and accessories.

Twenty fisherfolk recipients received 12 tuna hand lines, two bottom sets of long lines, and six gillnets on Wednesday from the BFAR via the Provincial Fisheries Office of Aurora.

Wilfredo Cruz, the regional director for BFAR-3, stated on Thursday that the action was taken to provide small-scale fishers in Dingalan with sustainable livelihoods.

Cruz wrote on social media, “This is part of our continued efforts to help better the lives of our marginal fishers.”

On August 22, the BFAR gave registered fishermen and fishermen associations in San Luis town, also in Aurora, fishing equipment and other supplies valued PHP345,000.

While the individual recipients received tuna hand lines, bottom set gill nets, simple hand lines, spear weapons, and marine motors, two fisherfolk associations each received a shallow payao or fish aggregating device to draw fish, such as tuna.

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