In Indonesia, only 30% (or 7500 sqm) of Coral Reef survived. At the same time, only a few people are involved in restoring their coral reefs and protecting their shorelines. We would like to see communities across Indonesia engaged in protecting and restoring coral reefs so these underwater ecosystems can thrive in the future. With the help of generous supporters like you, we’re getting closer every day.
People engaged in coral restoration and shore protection
Square kilometres area of coral restoration
Kilometers of beach restored from erosion
Villages/ Island in Indonesia
- Pemuteran, Bali
- Pejarakan, Bali
- Gili Trawangan, NTB
- Gili Air, NTB
- Jambi Anom, NTB
- Penyaring, NTB
- Pulau Gangga, Sulawesi Utara
- Pulau Bangka, Sulawesi Utara
- Waha, Sulawesi Tenggara
- Halong, Maluku
- Pulau Pramuka, DKI Jakarta
- Pulau Sepa, DKI Jakarta
- Pulau Kotak, DKI Jakarta
- Desa Sebalang, Lampung
How We Work
We work with communities, government, universities and private sectors, to create a sustainable cycle of impact.
Proving Our Impact
We use scientific approaches to measure the impact both on the ocean and on the community in the village. You can find all of our projects on the map above.
Stories From the Ocean
When people are involved in restoring coral and protecting shorelines, they are happy and ready to share their inspiring experiences. Their stories of ingenuity and perseverance are examples for us all.
Sustainability: Keep The Corals Thriving
We strive to create a sustainable cycle of impact. Coral needs years and decades to heal. That is why we create a partnership with local businesses by empowering youth and women in the village and small islands so the local economy can grow while protecting their corals.