Through WFP's Food-for-Work, residents of Barangay Mampang in Zamboanga City were able to plant 5 million mangroves- ensuring the revival of the sanctuaries for fishes and migratory birds as well as providing propagules for the Office of the City Agriculturist.
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|Beneficiary needs (mt)||34,804|
|Beneficiary needs ($US)||77,563,481|
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