• Sri Lanka Mangrove Conservation Project

    Seacology, in collaboration with Sri Lanka-based NGO Sudeesa, is working to make Sri Lanka the world’s first nation to protect all of its mangrove forests.


  • January 2011

    Uraniya Lagoon

    Conservation benefit: Conservation of 2,965 acres of coast swamp and mangrove for a minimum of 10 years

    Conservation benefit: Construction of a coastal resource conservation and livelihood development center


  • September 2006

    Ambalantota

    Tsunami relief: Construction of 15 fishing boats and sustainable fishing gear


  • January 2005

    Ambalantota

    Tsunami relief: Rebuilding and replacement of drinking wells, sanitary facilities, fishing equipment, and fishing boats


  • January 2005

    Ambalantota

    Tsunami relief: Construction of a fishers’ community hall and establishiment of a fishing livelihood program


  • July 2004

    Kiralakele

    Conservation benefit: Mangrove protection

    Community benefit: Library and audiovisual facilities at the Kiralakele Mangrove Resource Center


  • July 2002

    Kiralakele

    Conservation benefit: Support for mangrove conservation

    Community benefit: Construction and furnishing of a store to sell locally produced products at the Kiralakele mangrove center


  • July 2000

    Kiralakele

    Establishment of the Kiralakele mangrove conservation program


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