PH Coast Guard provides relief supplies to fishermen in Bajo de Masinloc

PH Coast Guard provides relief supplies to fishermen in Bajo de Masinloc

 


The presence is already a big boost to our local fishermen.

Filipino fishermen fishing in Bajo de Masinloc (Scarborough Shoal) found relief because of the presence and visible sightings of the of Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) patrol vessel (MRRV-4407), during a maritime exercise held April 24 and 25.

“Liban kasi sa kapanatagang ibinigay sa kanila ng presensiya ng BRP Sindangan (MRRV-4407), naramdaman din ng mga mangingisda ang malasakit ng mga PCG personnel na namahagi ng relief supplies,” the PCG said.

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According to the PCG, their simple relief pack consists of 3 kilograms of rice, 10 pices of canned goods, and 2 sachets of instant noodles.

“Naganap ang ‘BAYANIHAN SA KARAGATAN’ kasabay ng maritime exercise ng mga barko ng Coast Guard at Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) na pinangunahan ng Task Force Pagsasanay,” PCG said.

“Layon nitong maitaguyod ang kaligtasan ng mga mangingisda at masigurong mayroon silang sapat na pagkain at inumin sa laot. Inalam din ng mga PCG personnel kung mayroon silang radyo para agad na makahingi ng tulong o makatanggap ng impormasyon tungkol sa pinakahuling lagay ng panahon,” it added. “Bilang isang ‘humanitarian armed service’, mandato ng Coast Guard na itaguyod ang seguridad ng ating katubigan at protektahan ang kapakanan ng ating mga kababayan na nakaasa sa karagatan para mabigyan ng maayos na buhay ang kanilang pamilya.”

 

 

 

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