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The year 2019 – 2020 Marks the 3nd Anniversary since we started the journey of making the change to our adorable world. Our efforts and vision is sharpening up day to day and we are glad we can see the gradual steps towards sustainable use of the Ocean, Lakes and Rivers.

When we started the year we had an ambition that this year should be the year to make things and have an impact beyond the previous year, and modify our approaches as we continue to grow.

The economic empowerment of women to help move their ocean-related marine products into a wider public enabled an increased awareness of the community on marine products, also added more value to these products.


Against sea level rise, coastal communities may lose their land in the future due to erosion caused by decreasing number of trees that hold the coastal soil. Occurring along the coast, Mangrove trees play a very important role by holding the coastal soil, protect against erosion from strong waves, provide areas that fish can breed and enjoy an overall healthy ecosystem. Mission Green “Mikoko na Jamii Project” is the project that started in 2016, the first mangroves replanting attempt were done at Kunduchi creek Dar es Salaam, the three next attempts has been taking place at Mbweni Dar es Salaam, we look forward to expand and reach various coastal areas of Tanzania. In all of the phases, more than 10,000 seedlings of mangroves were planted by the aid of community. Community has been the basis for this project, and it has proven the power of awareness and education in making community involved in environmental and conservation activities


Rise in sea level and climatic change accounts for other natural threats contributed to mangrove degradation. In 1980, remote sensing technology revealed that coastal forest of Tanzania was covered by an area of about 6724.86 Km2. The area was reduced to 6336.77 Km2 in 1990, with approximate loss of 388.09 Km2 in a decade (FAO 2007). With this Aqua- FarmsOrganization in collaboration with Rotary club UDSM Mlimani, community groups of Wanawake Mbweni BMU Kunduchi and Mbweni have together been able to restore 12,000 mangroves seedling since mayJune 2017. along side with the organization has capacity build the communities and their potential in restoration of these essential habitats, and development of a single aim approach from community CBOs

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