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Mangroves offer hope amid concerning outlook from IPCC oceans and crysophere report

Mangrove conservation and restoration will play a crucial role in averting the growing threat from rising sea levels that could imperil hundreds of millions of […]

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The Source: Annual Review and Accounts 2018

Welcome to The Source The Source is our new digital magazine showcasing the achievements of Wetlands International and its partners in 2018, and aims to […]

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Community-based ecological mangrove restoration

West Africa is ranked high on the list of regions threatened by climate change. Severe drought, massive deforestation, unsustainable agricultural practices, and poor watershed management […]

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Experts develop Africa’s highest quality mangrove maps yet

We are helping develop the highest quality and most accurate mangrove maps ever produced for Africa, combining satellite and drone data and ground-truthing.

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Badoudou Women reaping big from saving

We embarked on our journey at exactly 10am on a hot Tuesday morning in July to Sokhone in the Saloum Delta. On arrival we immediately […]

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How we are using drones to conserve mangroves in Africa

Ever felt like you don’t know what’s happening on the ground? Sometimes with too many colors and almost invisible images? The observations are often ad […]

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Programmes

The world’s wetlands treasures deserve long-term commitment. We operate two programmes on ten-year plans: Corredor Azul in South America, and Mangrove Capital Africa. Learn more […]

An aerial view of mangrove forest stretching for water in the foreground into haze in the background Case study

Mangrove Capital Africa

Mangrove Capital Africa is a ten-year programme to improve the lives of millions of people by safeguarding and restoring the mangroves they live in.

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Researchers carry out baseline studies for 54,000Ha of mangroves in Rufiji Delta

Rufiji Delta is a host to several villages including Nyamisati, and Jaja. During this month of May – these villages have been home to a […]

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Farming, logging activities threaten Rufiji Mangroves

Residents express fears over increased depletion of mangrove forests in Rufiji Delta. As you manoeuvre the calm waters off the coast of Nyamisati in Rufiji […]