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worldwide coral reef conservation through research, education, outreach, and restoration

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Annual Report 2019 published

In 2019, we expanded our restoration activities and partnerships across the Caribbean. FUNDEMAR successfully implemented restoration measures, applying coral breeding in the Dominican Republic. Moreover, we're happy about our new partner, the Reef Renewal Foundation Bonaire!

On top of that, we continued our joint effort with The Nature Conservancyin the U.S. Virgin Islands, our staff working with the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, the Carmabi Marine Research Station and the Curacao Sea Aquarium in Curaçao, as well as with the Perry Institute for Marine Science and the Cape Eleuthera Institute in the Bahamas.

Besides these valuable collaborations, we strengthened our expertise in engineering, supporting the global restoration community and improved the manufacturing of restoration tools for implementation and mass production!

In case you are curious about all the details and numbers, you can download the full report here: bit.ly/SECORE-annual-report-2019

That said, we're further enhancing our efforts and will take the next steps to upscale restoration activities that give coral reefs a future! Support us on our mission, stay tuned, and make sure you sign up for our monthly newsletter.

Massive thanks to all our supporters and partners, as well as to our community!

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SECORE's lead partners are:

Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium
California Academy of Science
Columbus Zoo
The Nature Conservancy

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