The community of Siruma, Camarines Sur comes together to apply new ways of mangrove conservation such as aquasilviculture. Explore this page to learn more!

About Us

Dios mabalos!
#SamaSamaSaSiruma is an information-education campaign that features the mangrove conservation efforts of fisherfolk in Siruma, Camarines Sur.
#SamaSamaSaSiruma sheds light on aquasilviculture, a unique method that integrates aquaculture with mangrove forestry. In turn, we wish to inspire the rest of the country to become more active in national conservation efforts.
If you envision a world that champions environmental stewardship, tara na’t mag #SamaSamaSaSiruma!

The Siruma Team consists of Gabby Alcantara, RV Berjay, Ange Encomienda, Dom Pamatmat, Stephen Patacsil and Matt Reyes. They are group of senior college students of the Ateneo de Manila University currently studying under the AB Sociology program.

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A collaborative project of the Ateneo de Manila AB Sociology students, Ateneo Socio-Cultural Fieldschool, Institute of Social Order (ISO), and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology-Anthropological and Sociological Initiatives of the Ateneo (DSA-ASIA)
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