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Dive Munda are thrilled to launch Phase 2 of their Youth Training Sponsorship Campaign!

 

In case you missed the awesome news, with your help and support we were able to train 105 local Solomon Island Youths (60% female) at the end of Jan, 2021!


You can continue to sponsor your youth or contribute via our ClicknDonate fundraiser campaign to help us continue the work we have started with our amazing youths in 2020. As our borders remain closed, we want to ensure our youths continue to dive and train…. It will be near impossible for our youths to afford this, we will work with our sponsors, partners, ambassadors and guests to ensure our youth stays active in diving.

This is how you can help! Do something good during this lingering #COVID19 crisis!

  1. Donate via our dedicated Dive Munda ClicknDonate project page here
  2. Simply pick any one of the projects belowand let us know in what way you want to participate via the Connect here link below.

SOME OF THE INCREDIBLE INITIATIVES WE WILL START WITH YOUR HELP: 

  1. Work with a group of 12 local girls certified under phase 1 to start off the Munda plastic recycling project, making arts and crafts for sale from the rubbish and plastic collected in and around Munda (above and below the water). We have already partnered and secured some funding from PlasticWise Solomon Islands to help launch the training component of this project.
  2. We will work with a group of 15 local Munda certified youth to spearhead our coral restoration andrehabilitation program started last year with io With your help, we will start with the SSI Coral ID Ecological course certification component during closed borders. Practical training will commence once borders re-open and we can bring expertise from abroad in to help us further expand our existing coral nursery at Alice in Wonderland Reef and add another coral nursery at Sosu Hite Reef. We also invite you to visit us on the other side of all of this as we launch our “volunteerism” program to help plant, maintain and grow our coral restoration gardens.
  3. With your donation, we will embark upon monthly beach and underwater clean-up dives with our youth to give them more dive experience in a safe, controlled environment under instructor supervision whilst doing something good! Making a difference in our communities and in our ocean as a SSI Blue Oceans Centre.
  4. We want to train as many youth as possible to complete the SSI Advance Adventurer certification course.We will offer this course at the same special subsidized rate of $250 AUD per certification. You can sponsor any one of our youth that certified under phase 1 or you can again work with your own youth sponsored under phase 1 to get more dive education and training. We have already received 5 sponsorships for the Advance Adventured course and we are starting training this coming weekend.

 

Adrian Stacey
Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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