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'Lobsters and octopuses are back': the Kenyan women leading a reef revival
by Geoffrey Kamadi
The Guardian Translate This Article
26 November 2019
On 26 November 2019 The Guardian reported:
Three years ago, the coral reef along the Kenyan coastline was almost totally destroyed in some areas. A fightback was needed and so the Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute began working with local communities to rehabilitate degraded coral reefs along the country's coastline. Among the areas targeted was Wasini Island, a tiny strip of land off Kenya's south-east coast. The results have been startling. Women on the island have led an initiative to restore degraded coral that has shown how coral restoration techniques can revive marine ecosystems.
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