During the first workshop we initiated a Coral Propagation and Restoration Projects on 3 islands. Those are our first populated stone piles and coral frames.
The German Oceanographic Museum (Deutsches Meeresmuseeum) is a national and international recognized Natural History museum representing the oceans. Approximately 1 Mio visitors per year make the museum one of the most visited museums in Germany. It emphasizes in its exhibits,
Our Students handed over their newly acquired knowledge to tourists and informed them about the threats coral reefs are subjected to.
Each and every participant got a Certificate – We trained more than 70 people
We are the Coral Doctors Our two Coral-Experts and workshop-leaders are marine-biologist Nicole and Mirko from the German Oceanographic Museum in Stralsund. And here we have our Initiators Toddy and his wife Yami, two divers deeply in love with Maldives and its aquatic realm.
How to replant a coral
We conducted theory lessons in all destinations Jumeirah Vittaveli Centara Rasfushi Centara Grand
Let’s make use of what we have learned Collecting coral fragments Using iron nails to attach coral fragments on limestones Using concrete disks to fix coral fragments