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Blue Swimming Crab & Octupus Philippines


The Global Sustainable Supply Chains for Marine Commodities (GMC) project contributes to the transformation of the seafood market by mainstreaming sustainability in the value chain of fishery commodities from developing countries. This initiative achieves this goal by employing and strengthening emerging tools such as corporate purchasing policies, sustainable marine commodity platforms, and fisheries improvement projects (FIPs).

Life Stories

” I had to start from scratch again, with two children, without work … and as head of household. A friend recommended that I start my own business and that was how I got money to buy my first tourist fishing boat, which I named “Sea Lady” or the Lady of the Sea. “

Jeannette Pérez

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The #InternationalMangroveDay is celebrated every year on 26 July as a unique opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of mangroves as a “unique, special and vulnerable ecosystem” and to promote their sustainable management, conservation and use.

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