This paper academically navigates and examines the livelihood of fishermen and boatmen of Hugom Boatmen Association (HBOA) Inc. at Barangay Hugom, San Juan, Batangas. It seeks to answer the prevailing issues on how to have a sustainable livelihood management practice in terms of determining policy and its governance, technology and investment and local adaptive strategies relative to marine protected area management. The study used quantitative research with 102 respondents using raosoft, weighted mean, composite mean, analysis of variance and Cronbach’s alpha. The result of the study shows that respondents sometimes implement the laws relative to coastal management, sometimes get used to innovative technologies and investments, and sometimes adapt local strategies with an average composite mean of 3.24 for said variables. As to the organizational profiles, capitalization, and monthly income of the respondents in correlation with the said issues, it appears that there the respondents does not exhibit a significant relationship with their involvement in sustainable livelihood management practices. This study proposed a development strategy and an effective livelihood management practice where fishermen and boatmen to increase productivity and protect the environment.
Navigating Sustainability: Strategies of Hugom Boatmen Association for Effective Livelihood Management Practices
Journal Title: Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review
Author(s): Alexander Corachea, Juliah Enrico, Rose Ann Macasaet & Angeline Panganiban
Published On: 22/11/2023
First Page: 1
Last Page: 37
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher
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Alexander Corachea, Juliah Enrico, Rose Ann Macasaet & Angeline Panganiban, Navigating Sustainability: Strategies of Hugom Boatmen Association for Effective Livelihood Management Practices, Volume 4 Issue 6, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review, 1-37, Published on 22/11/2023, 10.55662/AJMRR.2023.4601 Available at https://ajmrr.thelawbrigade.com/article/navigating-sustainability-strategies-of-hugom-boatmen-association-for-effective-livelihood-management-practices/
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