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Seacology launches seven new projects
We’re thrilled to announce the launch of seven new Seacology projects around the world, building things like a community hall in Fiji and a solar power grid in the Philippines.
In the process, we’ll be helping protect vulnerable forest and marine ecosystems home to threatened species like the humphead wrasse, boxfish, saltwater crocodiles, monitor lizards, long-tailed macaque, and the Visayan warty pig.
Chile, Quinchao Island
Security and locking system equipment for Handicrafts Sales and Environmental Diffusion Center in exchange for the continued conservation of migratory birds and coastal wetlands, Quinchao Island, Chiloé Island.
Fiji, Vanua Levu Island
Community hall in exchange for the protection of 459 hectares (1,134 acres) of marine reserve and 84 hectares (208 acres) of mangroves for a duration of 15 years, Nanuca Village.
Creation of a “Junior Park Rangers of Roatán” program for youth to foster their involvement in conservation programs at Roatán Marine Park.
India, Middle Andaman Island
Karen Crafts and Women’s Centre in exchange for the protection of a 5.8 square kilometer (1,433-acre) mangrove forest and estuarine land for a minimum duration of 10 years, Webi village.
Indonesia, New Guinea
Village fresh water system in exchange for support of 4,100 hectares (10,131 acres) of no-take forest reserve for a duration of 15 years, Manggroholo and Sira Villages.
Nicaragua, Ometepe Island
Improvements to Finca Magdalena’s visitor and park ranger station, Maderas Volcano National Park.
Philippines, Sibuyan Island
78 solar lighting units in support of a 1,000-hectare (2,471-acre) watershed forest, Sitio Layag, Barangay Taclobo, Municipality of San Fernando, Sibuyan Island, Romblon Province.