Supporting the recovery of fishing livelihoods, mangroves and coral reefs in the Philippines

This paper provides an overview of Concern’s experience supporting the restoration of fishing livelihoods in the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan.  

Kids standing in front of what used to be their classroom in Polopina elementary school. Photo: Steve De Neef / Concern Worldwide.
Kids standing in front of what used to be their classroom in Polopina elementary school. Photo: Steve De Neef / Concern Worldwide.

This paper provides an overview of Concern’s experience supporting the restoration of fishing livelihoods in the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan. The response included directly supporting those livelihoods and promoting recovery of the mangroves and coral reefs on which those fishing livelihoods depend. The paper offers key recommendations and decision trees to support the design of similar projects in the future.

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