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Govt initiative seeks to reduce theft to shrimp farmers and fishermen

Govt initiative seeks to reduce theft to shrimp farmers and fishermen

Identifying safe get right of entry to routes and growing themed maps (routes) for artisanal fishermen and shrimp farmers to transport their products is the action plan being executed by the Ministry of Aquaculture and Fisheries, thru Ruta Segura program. This initiative, born within the province of El Oro, includes supplying strategic routes for ECU911 to understand the geographic area to go to the area where assistance should be supplied, explains Andrés López, coordinator of the Geographic Technical Team of the Undersecretariat of Aquaculture.

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“Insecurity is one of the major issues that shrimp manufacturers and fishermen face each day, and to counteract this, it’s far important to pick out the routes wherein thefts are continuously taking place,” López points out. According to a fisherman from the Canton Santa Rosa, even though it is not feasible to mention that there’s no extra robbery, they have dropped substantially thanks to the reality that they’re now constantly being communicated with the National Navy and the ECU911. In this task thru the Undersecretariat of Aquaculture, the Ministry of Aquaculture and Fisheries presents the data and generates thematic maps for the emphasis on maritime safety in the aquaculture and fisheries region.

“With the statistics furnished by using the fishermen’s institutions, a platform becomes created that become provided to the ECU 911, which has facts that let in the identification of belonging in case it is important to offer help,” explains López. In addition, the fishing and shrimp collectors’ unions are skilled inside the use of geographic facts structures and inside the processing and structuring of the database. To supplement the paintings, video surveillance cameras of the ECU-911, which are interconnected to the security institutions to protect the workers, have been hooked up.

In El Oro province, there are 10 safe routes overlaying the Jambelí archipelago, the province of El Oro. Replicas are planned inside the provinces of Esmeraldas, Santa Elena, Manabí, and Guayas. To this cease, the fishing government is setting up strategies to accumulate the Geo records from aquaculture and fishing unions placed in those provinces, with the goal of structuring the countrywide database that serves as a contribution to the United States’ maritime protection. here was a rather troubling article in Reuters World News on February 09, 2017, titled, “Exclusive – Trump border ‘wall’ to cost $21.6 billion, take 3.5 years to build: internal report,” by Julia Edwards Ainsley. The article wasn’t as bias as most of the anti-Trump media has written about the actual costs of building a border wall. The piece stated:

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