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Conservation benefit: Creation of a 1,000-acre marine reserve

Community benefit: Community center maintenance and repair

Date Approved: 07.2004


This project protects ocean ecosystems, making coastal communities more economically and physically secure in the face of climate change.

Nacamaki villagers are renowned for their traditional gift of turtle calling; by chanting, they entice sea turtles to swim to the shore. Nacamaki has a community center which is the largest on Koro Island. The 22-year old center is deteriorating and is in need of repair and maintenance.

The village is willing to establish a 1,000-acre no-take marine reserve for a minimum of 10 years. In exchange, Seacology will fund the repair and maintenance of their community center.

Project Updates

July 2005

All building materials were delivered to the site and renovation of the roof and windows was completed in early 2005. Seacology’s 2005 Fiji expedition visited Nacamaki Village to celebrate the opening of the renovated community center.

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