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 […]
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 […]
There will be a Reef Check Training conducted by Gemana at Save the Beach Hut in Villimale’ on 27 & 28 February. This will be two full days of training which will cover theory class room sessions as well as practicals in the water. If you took part in the last session of training and […]
We’re starting our Reef Rehabilitation and Research Programme in Villimale’ this August assisted by UNDP Global Environment Facility fund. If you would like to be part of this research program or would like to assist in anyway, please contact our hotline for more information or to sign up.
World Environment Day (WED) was celebrated in Vilimale’ by Save the Beach in association and with thanks to Sea Explorers for the opening of the Look & Learn Centre on the East Beach and with the Scouts Association of Maldives for the shoreline vegetation replantation. The planting of shoreline vegetation on the South West is […]
We’re very exited by the official endorsement we received from the Marine Research Centre We will be doing the necessary trainings in March next year – to start the research on coral reefs at the earliest.