The Ministry of Production (Produces) reported that it has already identified 2,500 fishermen who will be beneficiaries of the next bonus that the Government will deliver to the workers affected by the oil spill that occurred at the La Pampilla Refinery, in charge of Repsol.
According to Produce, the registry of beneficiary fishermen has been carried out by contrasting information with each local mayor’s office and with each Social Organization of Artisanal Fishermen (OSPA) in the affected areas.
The sector also assured that the respective coordination is being carried out with the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) to determine the amount of the bonus and the form of its delivery.
In recent days, fishermen have been given a temporary system in the Las Conchitas area, in Ancón, which sucks uncontaminated seawater to carry out the tasks of washing the resources they extract.
This system stores 15,000 liters of water and has a constant pressure pump that includes a 32-gallon hydropneumatic tank, control panel and wiring, which was delivered to the local fishermen.
In addition, the payment of outstanding installments for credits to a total of 201 artisanal fishermen and one fish farmer in the affected areas was suspended for four months.
Likewise, training is provided to the artisanal fishermen of Ventanilla, Ancón, Aucallama and Chancay for their formalization, which will contribute to obtaining the artisanal fishing sailor’s card, and for their technical-productive development in order to accredit their skills for new opportunities. labor.