• The Proposed Route for the Turquoise Expedition
    The Turquoise Project
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    Agreement Promoting Marine Research in Maldives signed with Albatros Top Boat and University of Genoa
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    1 Nation Coral Revival Pictures
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    One Nation Coral Revival
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    Cleanup with Lintel Recreation Club
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    Founders Day 2014
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    “Saafu Ukulhas” Cleanup 2014
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    Unity Day Clean Up 2013
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    Beach and Reef Cleanup Event 2013

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    Reef Monitoring & Rehabilitation Project

    This is a project intended to rehabilitate and conserve the coral reefs of Villingili through community based coral reef rehabilitation and monitoring. We believe that rehabilitating and maintaining healthy coral reefs are essential for the country’s fishing and tourism industries and for developing resilience to climate change in these vulnerable islands. By experimenting and demonstrating […]

  • The Proposed Route for the Turquoise Expedition

    The Turquoise Project

    This year, Save The Beach Maldives, in collaboration with The University of Genoa and Albatros Top Boat, hopes to launch its most ambitious project to date. It is not only the first ever local expedition of this kind but is an extension of our on-going projects on a nationwide scale – the Turquoise Expedition: an […]

  • Beach Conservation and Cleanup

    Prior to officially starting this programme in 2012, Save the Beach hosted annual cleanup events as part of the campaign to cleanup the beaches of Villimale’ and to raise awareness about the issue of marine and beach pollution. Villimale’s beaches are the only natural beaches left in the capital city, and can be said to […]

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