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Volunteers must read the relevant Expedition Guide as it will help them prepare for their expedition and give them an insight on what to expect from their trip. These guides cover all the important and relevant information relating to all Coral Cay expeditions.
CCC Marine Expedition Guide (June 2013).[...]
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CCC Terrestrial Expedition Guide (June 2[...]
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Coral Cay have compiled a Project Summary for each of our expeditions. Volunteers wishing to join us on an expedition must read the Project Summary relevant to their expedition of choice. The summaries include information on the following:
- Project Background
- Customs & Cultures
- Field Logistics (accommodation, catering, communications)
- Travel Planning (visas, flights and transportation, travel insurance)
- Personal Expenditure
Cambodia Project Summary
Coral Cay have been working in Cambodia since 2009, and is working closely with the Royal Government of Cambodia, project partners and local stakeholders to assist in the implementation of Cambodia's first well managed Marine Fisheries Management Area.
Cambodia Marine Project Summary (June 20[...]
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Montserrat Project Summary
Coral Cay Conservation is working in partnership with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and the Ministry of Agriculture, Trade, Land, Housing and the Environment (MAHLE) and as such is taking a holistic approach to the monitoring of Montserrat's marine and terrestrial environments.
Montserrat R2R Project Summary (June 201[...]
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The Philippines Project Summary
Coral Cay have been working in the Philippines since 1995, on the invitation of the Provincial Government of Southern Leyte and in collaboration with the Philippines Reef and Rainforest Conservation Foundation Inc and local communities to survey and safeguard reef areas. This highly successful project has already helped to establish several Marine Protected Areas, and has trained up many local Filipinos through the Marine Scholarship Programme.
Philippines Marine Project Summary (June[...]
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