Happy Chickens for Fiji Food & Climate Emergency! Marama in Koro Happy Coral Gardeners Sarah, a coral gardener hired by a local resort

Corals for Conservation

Org #26045
Vetted since 2014 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Staff Favorite
2009
year founded
$176,569
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Corals for Conservation (C4C) addresses poverty-driven coral reef decline by developing sustainable, community-appropriate enterprises designed to shift the burden away from over-used and depleted fisheries resources. C4C promotes "coral gardeners" as new profession for resorts, providing employment and added value to the industry while contributing to coral reef conservation and restoration. We recognize that if people and industry are major parts of the problem then they are also major parts of the solution.

Project Leaders
Joseph  Clark
Joseph Clark
Austin Bowden-Kerby
Austin Bowden-Kerby
Nancy Clark
Nancy Clark
Nicole Mohr
Nicole Mohr
Team
Eminoni Raivoka, Nicole Raivoka, Monica S Sandreu
Organization Information
PO Box 4649
Samabula,
Fiji
679 938-6437
Organization Information
PO Box 4649
Samabula,
Fiji
679 938-6437

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Oct 11, 2021
Unrelenting Emergency for Corals: Lessons Learned
I begin with the powerful visual of NOAA graph which show we are further over the cliff than most of us realize. Kiritimati (Christmas Island) was the most intensive ocean temperatures of anywhere...
Aug 11, 2021
Eggs Help Neighbors, While Chicks Provide Hope, as Covid-19 Ravages Fiji
Even While the Delta Variant Ravages Fiji, Happy Chicken Eggs Bring Hope & Help Neighbors After a full year for our island nation of Fiji being Covid-19 free, a massive outbreak of the Delta...
Jun 21, 2021
Four Fijian Villages Now Have Re-inforced Housing and Short-term Crops Planted
Thanks to your support and the help of other outside agencies, four remote Fijian villages that were badly damaged by cyclones, yet neglected by government and overseas relief efforts, have now come...
 
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