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Corals for Conservation

Org #26045
Vetted since 2014
2009
year founded
$88,862
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
1
projects funded

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
Austin Bowden-Kerby
Austin Bowden-Kerby
Team
Eminoni Raivoka, Nicole Raivoka
Organization Information
PO Box 4649
Samabula,
Fiji
679 938-6437

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 6757129137
Organization Information
PO Box 4649
Samabula,
Fiji
679 938-6437

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 6757129137

Project Reports

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Nov 8, 2018
Happy Chickens for the Remote Islands of Taveuni and Kadavu
We just last week finished up two weeks of training for 22 traines - seven men from Kadavu, seven women from Taveuni, and joined on the second week by eight from a local NGO who work with communities...
Nov 7, 2018
Cyclone Impacted Women Receive Livelihood Training
Seven women came to the farm from the cyclone affected area of southern Taveuni island for Happy Chicken traing and they returned home last week after twelve days, with lots of new knowldege as well...
Oct 29, 2018
Tuvalu and Kiribati Coral Bleaching Emergency
Dear Friends, Yet another mass coral bleaching emergency has emerged on the equator north of Fiji, and has already hit the Marshall Islands and Kiribati, and is now moving south into Tuvalu.  By...
 
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