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This report assesses the social impact of the Six-Level Redevelopment Project for Traditional Fishing Villages, for which application was made by Bo-Ren Chang to be part of the Rural-Young Project founded by the Soil and Water Conservation Bureau (SWCB), Council of Agriculture. The name of the project is Six-Level Redevelopment Project for Traditional Fishing Villages. Its principal investigator and executor is Bo-Ren Chang. This report evaluated the project’s input and activity period from March 1, 2017 to July 31, 2019 (period of the SWCB’s grant subsidy project). For the assessment period, the Six-Level Redevelopment Project for Traditional Fishing Villages consisted of four major activities:

– Train Fisher Team members

– Established Milkfisherhome Café

– Established a limited liability production cooperative

– Organize food and fish education  event

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