Maricor S. Gabinete, a Boracay worker, has been out of job since the island was shut down. Photo: Phila Siu

Boracay’s back cleaner and greener. But something’s missing: jobs

  • Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte shut down the island for a six-month rehabilitation that ended last week
  • Locals say the new environmental rules have left them unable to make a living
Topic |   The Philippines

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Maricor S. Gabinete, a Boracay worker, has been out of job since the island was shut down. Photo: Phila Siu
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