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For them
'To save these beautiful creatures from extinction.'

 

Coral REEF Restoration

Through science and community involvement, the REEFolution Foundation aims to restore and protect coral reefs in tropical countries.
The ocean is dying.... more than 50% of all coral reefs have already died worldwide.
 
Up to 90% may die within the next few centuries. This could become a critical loss of one of world's key ecosystems that could drive marine life to the next point of collapse. 

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OUR Mission

Together with the Wageningen University and Research Centre, the REEFolution Foundation aims to restore coral reefs. Simultaneously, we explore new, innovative ways to sustainably manage coral reef ecosystems through the use of science together with local communities in tropical countries.

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Our Coral restoration
blueprint

Science

Education

Leaves IMPACT

Job opportunities

New habitats

Scientific breakthroughs

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OUR Projects

Kenya, Shimoni
Coral REEF restoration

Since 2016, REEFolution's first project in Shimoni, Kenya has trained a team of 4 full-time and numerous part-time local residents (men and women) in reef restoration and conservation. A community-managed Marine Reserve has been set-up and over 47 hectares of coral reefs have been restored together with the Beach Management Unit of Mkwiro. Read more

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Indonesia, Lombok, 
Coral REEF restoration 
May 2021, the first two REEFolution scientists join forces with Gili Shark Trust Eco.
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Kenya, Diani
Coral REEF restoration 
Since 2020, REEFolution restores coral reefs in collaboration with the Swahili Beach Resort in Diani, Kenya. Read more

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Coral for People People for Coral

Conducted over 50 scientific studies

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Created dozens of local jobs

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Placed 800 artificial reef structures

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Grows more than 8,000 corals per year

Linklaters Amsterdam builds a 3-year partnership together with REEFolution

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REEFsystems Amsterdam sent over 90 moses structures to REEFolution Kenya
Last month, about 90 of the famous moses structures arrived at REEFolution Kenya.

Mineral accretion at REEFolution Foundation
Last month, about 90 of the famous moses structures arrived at REEFolution Kenya.

New ray species found at Wasini Channel
Last month, about 90 of the famous moses structures arrived at REEFolution Kenya.

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We believe in the power of great networks!

The involvement of individuals, corporates and funds lay the solid core foundation to continue making an impact!

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