Philippines Talent Database
In the Philippines, 1 to 3 billion fish are farmed annually. Often, these animals are raised in poor conditions, without access to veterinary care and by farmers who lack knowledge of best management practices. Yet little is being done to improve these conditions.
Makaisda is an early-stage, locally-led Fish Welfare Initiative project in the Philippines that is working to change that.
If you're interested in being involved with fish welfare work in the Philippines, in paid or unpaid roles, consider signing up to our talent database:
Our work in the Philippines
We are currently exploring 4 interconnected models of improving fish welfare standards in the Philippines: corporate outreach, farmer education, policy change, and social media engagement.
Our biggest bottleneck is the people to implement these projects.
Who we're looking for
In order to advance fish welfare work in the Philippines, we're looking to connect with people interested in a range of work capacities:
Advising or consulting
By adding your name, you grant permission to Makaisda to reach out to you if we believe you may be the right fit for a role. Note that this is not an application for a specific job or internship, rather an expression of interest.