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.
Several bags of garbage were cleaned from the BBQ beach of Villimale’ in a collaborative effort between Save the Beach Maldives, Project Damage Control, Good Riddance Project, the Salvage Project and Muhyiddin Eco Club. Unusual amounts of floating garbage had been coming onto the beach this past week. From the looks of it the garbage […]
The team of Save Beach Maldives would like to extend special thanks to the following individuals and organisations for their contributions, time and effort in making this event and project a success. For supporting StB Maldives’ Reef Monitoring and Rehabilitation Project and for assisting the organization from the beginning of the project; Thoriq Ibrahim – […]
The event 1 Nation Coral Revival had over a 1500 visitors over the two days, over 200 people planting corals, 200 attempts at trying diving, more than 200 hundred try at water sports and 150 tries of guided snorkeling, 50 divers planting corals, between 50 – 100 people near main stage area at activity times, […]
Pictures were taken on 27 & 30 January 2015. It has been two and a half months since the corals on the mesh bed have been transplanted in the Villimale’ nursery. And two months for the corals on rebar frame beds. It takes a lot of effort by volunteers to clean out the algae that compete for […]
We have started our litter audit process for 2014 this weekend. Training was conducted on Friday and the audit for the east beach sample site was carried out on 20 December Saturday. There is one more training scheduled for Wednesday 11 am for new volunteers. This is to audit sample sites from the Barbecue Beach […]