|Scoping (including areal extent of threatened fishing grounds covered by ICM/EAFM management plans)||X||Aquaculture production is common in the province where brackish water and freshwater fishponds having total area of 4,288.65 has produce good quality tilapia and milkfish, tiger prawns and mud crabs. From the coastal areas, bivalves such as mussel, oyster, halaan, kabia and capiz are bountiful.”
Coastal waters of Bagac and Morong are noted as milkfish fry ground areas. Among the different species caught in Bataan fishing grounds are: acetes (alamang), anchovies, mullet, white shrimps, whiting (asohos), thread fin bream (bisugo), blue crab sardines, mackerel, bivalves or shellfish, big eyed and yellow fin tuna, slip mouth (sapsap), squid and siganids (samara and kitang) |
|Baseline conditions for CPUE for important fish species (threats, risks, or vulnerability assessments of fishing ground; governance and socio-economic conditions)||X||BRAF; LGU’s |
|EAFM or similar management plan||X||• Resolution No.68 (2002) Adopting the Bataan Coastal Strategy as Primary Coastal Resources Management Framework for the Province of Bataan
• Implementation Plan for Bataan Sustainable Development
|Evidence of measured increase in CPUE of 10% over baseline condition for important fish species using ICM/EAFM approach||X||No information available. |
|Socio-economic and ecological impacts and benefits derived from ICM/EAFM implementation (DSS models e.g., FISH DA, TURF)||X||Increase/bolster the mangrove population.
Increase in revenue to fishermen.
|Socio-economic assessment of fishing households||X||No information available. |
|Livelihood development and implementation opportunities||X||No information available. |
|Market assessment/sustainability analysis of alternative livelihoods ||X||No information available. |
|Pilot project proposal/action plan for livelihood development||X||No information available. |
|Evidence of improvements in socio-economic conditions in fisher households||X||No information available. |
|Case studies and policy briefs for scaling up and replication||X||No information available. |