At People and the Sea, we strongly believe that real progress can only be achieved through a truly collaborative effort in all that we do. Establishing and maintaining a strong network is a key component of our work. This page offers an introduction to some of the people and organisations who share our vision of empowering communities to ensure environmental and social welfare. Please take the time to visit their websites to learn more.

You have to keep alert on your marine habitat survey dives - there are many things to see!

The Inato Homestay project is one of our most successful alternative livelihood initiatives to support marine conservation

Inatô Homestay is one of the first social enterprise initiatives set up by People and the Sea on Malapascua Island. It provides an alternative accommodation option where travelers stay with a host family in their house, experiencing the way of life on Malapascua with the family and local community.

Gawad Kalinga is a Filipino organisation that also works of responsible tourism projects

Gawad Kalinga,” translated in English means to “give care”, is a Philippine-based movement that aims to end poverty by first restoring the dignity of the poor. It employs an integrated and holistic approach to empowerment with values-formation and leadership development at its core. Established in 2003, The Foundation currently works with over 2,000 communities and has been recognized as the 2006 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee & 2012 Skoll Awardee for Social Entrepreneurship.

Coralive logo - our artifical reef structre partner

Coralive is dedicated to the mission of protecting and restoring healthy oceans around the world. Our work includes restoring coral reef and coastal ecosystems, managing Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), conducting long-term environmental monitoring, creating livelihood solutions for coastal communities, and pairing all efforts with tailored environmental education programs.

Rare inspires change so people and nature thrive.

Rare is helping local conservation leaders establish managed access and no-take fishery zones where fish stocks can recover while providing fishers with greater social and economic incentives to fish more sustainably.

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