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South Pacific Projects is a non-profit marine conservation organisation. We collaborate with The SEA LIFE London Aquarium whose generous donations fund research and conservation initiatives in Fiji and Papua New Guinea.

During 2011, SPP assisted in the creation of the country’s first community managed Marine Mammal Protected Area (MMPA) at Moon Reef. Our project partners are Whale & Dolphin Conservation, the SEA LIFE London Aquarium and communty conservation groups, the Dawasamu Environment Movement and the M’Buke Islands Environment & Conservation Programme. 

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SPP recently began working with partners in Papua New Guinea to develop long-term tourism intiatives in Manus Province.

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Conservation with the Wind Nation

Conservation with the Wind Nation

The marine conservation highlight of 2013? Living and workin

Aqualung makes a generous donation to Papua New Guinea project

Aqualung makes a generous donation to Papua New Guinea project

Yesterday we were contacted by Tom Helsby, UK Sale

Moon Reef research update

Moon Reef research update

Fijian MSc student Samanunu Simpson, sponsored by The Sea Li

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About Us

South Pacific Projects is a marine conservation NGO that operates an eco-tourism funded project in Fiji. Our research and conservation projects are carried out by our overseas volunteers, who work closely with our field research scientists and camp staff.

We are currently looking for overseas volunteers to work at our site in Leleuvia. Our research aims to identify strategies and targets that we can work towards to develop sustainable local environmental management plans for the unique reef systems of the region → Join up today