Sponsors

The following organizations have supported or currently support Reef Conservation:

 

 

 

Sponsors

Program Areas

Dates Funded

Bis Lamer Eco-schools programme Young Reporters for the Environment 2014 – Present 2016 – 2019 2019
 

Reef Conservation Core Funding 2007 – 2008
Primary School Programme 2008-2011
Sensitization sessions 2017
Primary School Programme
Voluntary Marine
Conservation Areas
2008-2011
2010-2011
Nauticaz Marine Resource Center
Marine Eco-Guide Training
2010 – 2019 2012
Eco-Guide An Introduction to Coastal and Marine Habitats of Mauritius 2014
Pereybere Beach Resource Center 2007-2016
Fixed Mooring Buoys
Primary School Programme
2006-2007
2008-2011
MQA Training Bis Lamer Sensitization sessions 2019
Reef Conservation Core Funding 2007
Marine Eco-Guide Training 2012
EU-ReComap-IOCommission-bw Voluntary Marine Conservation Areas
Marine Protected Areas
2008-2011
2008-2011
ENERGIES: Renewal Energy Eco-schools Activity SMARTFISH: Octopus National Closure Project ISLANDS: Eco-schools Programme  2019 2016 – 2017 2015 – 2017
Reef Conservation Core Funding 2007-2012
Reef Conservation Core Funding
Marine Eco-Guide Training
2008-2010
2012
Tools development Coastal & Lagoon Directory Bis Lamer Sensitization sessions 2017-2019
Marine Eco-Guide Training 2012
Eco-schools programme 2018-2020
Voluntary Marine Conservation Areas 2011-2012
Marine Eco-Guide Training 2012
Nauticaz Marine Resource Center
Primary School Programme
Ecosystem slates
Teachers manual
2012
2012
2012
2014 – 2015 
VMCA Programme 2017-2018 2020-2021
Young Reporters for the Environment 2019
Marine Eco-Guide Training 2012
Marine Eco-Guide Training 2012
Eco-School Programme 2018-2019
Renewal Energy Eco-schools Activity 2019
Marine Protected Areas 2011
Le Cafe des arts Voluntary Marine Conservation Area 2010-Present
Eco-schools programme 2018
Voluntary Marine Conservation Areas 2010
Primary School Programme 2006-2008
Primary School Programme 2006-2008
2017-2018
NOROIT LTD MQA Training Tools development 2019
OUTMauritiusBeachResort_MOR_black Bel Ombre Lagoon 2015-Present
Primary School Programme 2006-2011
Voluntary Marine Conservation Areas 2012-2014
gef-SGP-UNDP-bw Fixed Mooring Buoys
Primary School Programme
Voluntary Marine Conservation Areas
National Octopus Closure
2005-2007
2006-2011
2012-2014
2016-2018
Marine Eco-Guide Training 2011
Beach Resource Center 2011
Beach Resource Center
Club Mer
2007
Fixed Mooring Buoys
Primary School Programme
Marine Eco-Guide Training
2008
2008-2011
2011-2012
Beach Resource Center 2011
Reef Conservation Core Funding 2007-2008
Vulnerable Coral and Reef Fish of Mauritius 2017 – 2018
Reef Conservation Core Funding 2007 and 2014

Partners

NGOs

Programme Areas

Dates Funded

Fixed Mooring Buoys
Marine Protected AreasTurtle project
2006-2008
2011-20122014-Present
Marine Protected Areas

Turtle project

Octopus National Closure Project

2011-2012

2014-Present

2015-2018

PAREO 2019-2021
Eco-schools Programme 2017 – Present
Fixed Mooring Buoys
Marine Protected AreasTurtle project
Turtle projectOctopus National Closure Project
2006-2008
2011-2012
2014-Present
2015-2018
Fixed Mooring Buoys 2006-2008
  2020
Primary School Programme
Club Mer
Eco-schools Programme
2006-2008
2007
2017-Present
     

Government

   
Albion Fisheries Research Center    
     
Ministry of Blue Economy, Marine Resources, Fisheries and Shipping    
     
Ministry of Education and Human Resources, Tertiary Education and Scientific Research (including the National Centre for Curriculum Research and Development (NCCRD)    
     
Ministry of Environment, Solid Waste Management and Climate Change    
     
Ministry of Tourism    
     
Rodrigues Regional Assembly    

 

SUPPORTERS (Ongoing)

Programme Areas

As from

Reef Conservation Core Funding 2020
Reef Conservation Core Funding 2020
Reef Conservation Core Funding 2017

 

MEMBER OF

Programme Areas

Since

Eco-schools Programme Young Reporters for the Environment 2015 – Present 2019 – Present
   
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