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Research

South Pacific Projects research has been designed to specifically benefit the Fijian communities that we work in partnership with. Please see our objectives here to discover more about our aims in Fiji. Our main goal is this:  to empower local communities to establish Marine Protected Areas for sustainable fisheries and biodiversity conservation. 

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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