Over the last 2 months, Open Water (OW) and Advanced Open Water (AOW) courses were given to youths from Larapan and Mabul islands. The OW course was participated by 15 youths from Larapan Island and 10 youths from Mabul Island while the AOW course was participated by 5 youths from Mabul Island. These trainings were part of the one-year Marine Conservation Training for youths on the two islands. Upon certification, they will be equipped with other skills such as coral reef surveys, crown-of-thorns removal, mooring line installation and ghost nets removal, to name a few. With these skills, they will be able to join reef managers in managing and conserving their reefs.
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