Are you ambitious and driven by Tanzania’s coastal and inland communities with an alternative source of income allowing improved access to food, and alleviation of poverty while protecting the aquatic biodiversity from harmful fishing activities through sustainable, equitable, and viable aquaculture? We would love to have more talented people on board. Check out our open positions!
The Marine Conservation Internship Program is a program by Aqua-Farms Organization through its “Matumbawe Hai” which will provide a hands-on opportunity for individuals interested in coral conservation and marine ecosystem restoration. Based in Buyuni village, Tanzania, interns will actively participate in various aspects of coral restoration, including coral planting and out-planting, research and monitoring, outreach, and community engagement.
The program aims to provide interns with valuable skills and experiences while contributing to the long-term preservation of coral reefs in the region.
This program is supported by Segal Family Foundation, Dovetail Impact Foundation, Australian High Commission in Kenya through its Direct Aid Program, Sustainable Ocean Alliance, Rufford small conservation grants and Nature, Environment, Wildlife and Filmmaking (NEWF)