1. Formed five barangay women associations and five barangay fisherfolks and farmers organizations with a total of 328 membership
2. Extended P520,243.75 Pesos for the delivery of fishing gears and equipment such as fish nets, banca, gas lamps, among others as well as capital for the establishment of sari-sari store, backyard hog raising, motor service, etc. that benefited 338 households
3. Conducted training courses covering values reorientation, community leadership, organizational assessment, marine ecosystem orientation, among others involving 176 male and 152 female participants
4. Conducted PRA exercises and produced 5 community profiles
5. Strengthened the five existing barangay women associations and five barangay fisherfolks and farmers organizations with an additional 44 new members making a total of 372 membership
6. Formed additional four barangay women associations and four barangay fisherfolk and farmers organizations with a total 238 membership
7. All of these organizations are registered with SEC, have their Constitution and By-Laws, and formulated their respective strategic development plans, and meet regularly/
8. Formulated the barangay resource maps including fish identification, fishing methods used, and identification of livelihood opportunities
9. Installed 31.35 hectares fish sanctuary and established regulated fishing season (closed and open fishing) in Lalaguna Bay
10. Extended P292,791.00 for the delivery of fishing gears and equipment that benefited 360 households
11. Extended credit fund amounting to P210,000.00 that increased to P319,350.00 as of the end of the project
12. Established two group-based sari-sari stores with an initial capitalization of P25,500.00 that increased to P52,000.00 at the end of the project term.
13. 2135 male and females participated the community-based training courses on organization development assessment and planning, formulation of Constitution and By-Laws, and basic community leadership.