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Volunteer at this amazing conservation project that focuses on protecting and replanting coral reefs. No previous experience or qualifications are required as this project allows volunteers to gain diving qualifications while assisting the project in carrying out their vital work.
The marine conservation project focuses on protecting and replanting coral reefs damaged by 45 years of illegal blast fishing around the islands of the Celebes Sea, Malaysian Borneo. Damaged reefs offer no hiding places for fish, and blast-rubble scattered over the sea floor leaves bare sand, which supports few species.
Volunteers focus on scuba diving, coral reef restoration and marine species identification
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Requirements & Commitment
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Year round and for 1-12 Weeks
Volunteers at this project must be aged 18+ (unless volunteering with a guardian) -Fluent English