Seashore

Coastal and Marine Life Conservation Project

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Targeted Individuals impact through Seashore

Date

Will Commence in December 2021

SDG 14: LIFE BELOW WATER

Goal

Life Below Water

Target

By 2030, sustainably manage and protect marine and coastal ecosystems from pollution, as well as address the impacts of ocean acidification.

What is Seashore?

This Project was implemented to educate people around the coastal areas , regarding the Rapid Degrade of the Marine Environment.  

The marine environment is degrading rapidly, and lack of awareness from the locals, especially the villagers who lives in the coastal areas are happening at an alarming rate. The main goal is to raise awareness among the public and contribute efforts in sustaining the biodiversity for a prolonged period. Therefore, we need people like you to save the ocean!

Key Activities

  • A workshop by a university lecturer on the marine and coastal ecosystems in Sri Lanka.
  • A workshop by a past AIESECer who currently works in the marine and coastal sector profession.
  • Beach cleanup campaign.
  • Volunteer at a turtle hatchery at Rekawa to take good care of the turtles.
  • Coral watch at Hikkaduwa Coral garden.

Key Outcomes

10 Beach cleanups

In the Matara, Galle area

5 Awareness sessions

for School Students and Undergraduates

Blog

Digital Blog to Raise Awareness

4 FIELD VISITS

to study about the aquatic ecosystems in Sri Lanka.

The Process

1. Sign up

Sign up below and we will contact you for more information.

2. Initial Meeting

Get the chance to form a partnership with the largest youth run organization in the world.

3. Signing the MoU

Signing the MoU to consolidate our partnership

4. Delivery

Exchange of the deliverables of the both entities will happen in this stage

5. Value Addition

We are always striving to add values to our partners

6. Closing and Continuation

End of the partnership timeline and re-establishing the partnership