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Villimale’ Annual Cleanup 2017

During the Villimale’ cleanup, with over 300 participants from the Villimale’ hospital, Red Crescent Villimale’ unit, Youth centre, Muhyiddin School, Villimale’ Police, Fire and Rescue Traning School, STELCO, Bike Maldives, Medianet, ROL, MTCC, Divers Lodge, Liquid Water Sports, Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure, PADI , SSI, Red Crescent Male’ Branch, the Villimale’ Councillor herself and […]

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Save Our Oceans 2017

The event was designed to educate and involve members of the community on reef conservation, reduce marine pollution, actively participate in the effort by participating in a beach cleanup and create dialogue on United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals 14,  Life below Water. The event was organised by Save the Beach Maldives and United Nations Development […]

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Scientific Expedition 2017

During the 20th Scientific Cruise in Maldives (SCM) “Paolo Colantoni”, organized by the International School for Scientific Diving (ISSD) and Albatros Top Boat in the second year of collaboration with Save the Beach Maldives, from 7 – 14 May 2017, we visited 13 dive sites in total. The Velassaru caves, Bathalaa Maaga outer reef and inner […]

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Villimale’ Cleanup 2016

Its been nearly four years since dustbins and signboards were first placed on the beaches of Villimale’. With the time that’s passed, some of the bins are now worn out, and the boxes they were placed inside have been subject to much wear and tear. It has also been a year since a community cleanup […]

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Clean-up the World Campaign 2016

Go Lean, Clean and Green The event is a global event organized by Suzuki Corporation, from July to September, each year. The campaign has been running since 2010. Since then, this campaign was conducted in 20 countries at 31 locations. This is the second year of collaboration between Save the Beach Maldives and Maldives Transport […]

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Turtle Watch Trainers Training

A training of Trainers Workshop was conducted on the 21st of March 2016, in preparation for the Turquoise Expedition to the atolls of Maldives planned for this year and the following year. The training was conducted by the Marine Research Centre. Throughout the training, volunteer trainers learned how to identify various species of Turtles as […]

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Litter Audit Report 19 March 2016

A total of three sample sites was selected on the East beach as was the case in previous litter audits. This is the most commonly used beach by picnickers. One (Site 1) from near and containing bushes (Heylhifah), one (Site 2) from the main area under the trees where people choose to camp under the […]

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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 […]

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Agreement Promoting Marine Research in Maldives signed with Albatros Top Boat and University of Genoa

We are thrilled to announce the signing of an agreement between Save the Beach Maldives and Albatros Top Boat, who have been actively engaged in research, teaching and training on the marine environment of Maldives for the past 19 years in association with University of Genoa in Italy. The agreement aims to promote educational and research […]

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Starting Eco Tour with Secret Paradise

Save the Beach Maldives signed a Memorandum of Understanding with local tour operator Secret Paradise to provide a tour highlighting the environmental challenges unique to the developing islands of Maldives. The tour also highlights efforts to conserve and protect the environment as well as providing an opportunity to contribute actively to such efforts.

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