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World Mangrove Day Gallery – Come and view stunning images!

Today, less than half the world’s original mangrove forest cover remains, so it has never been more crucial to preserve them. The Mangrove Photography Awards reveals fascinating insights into these unique ecosystems while challenging us to consider our place in the natural world and responsibility to it.

These powerful images are a compelling reminder of the vital role mangroves play and inspire us to protect them for future generations.


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3 Decades of Action for Mangrove Forests

MAP at 30 – Three Decades of Action

Mangrove Action Project is celebrating its 30th anniversary – learn more about three decades of action for mangroves and the people who depend on them and call them home – and what is driving MAP on into the years ahead.


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Why Mangroves?

Learn more about one of the most important and productive ecosystems on the planet…

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MAP’s holistic approach to mangrove forest conservation

‘Community-Based Ecological Mangrove Restoration’

Training local stakeholders to mitigate mangrove stressors and facilitate natural mangrove regeneration

‘Marvellous Mangroves’ School Education

Educating future generations of school children and teachers on the importance of these ecosystems, and helping Education Ministries to incorporate MAP’s program into the national curriculum

Outreach & Advocacy

Partnering and campaigning with both smaller, community-based groups and larger organisations such as the IUCN Mangrove Specialist Group and the Global Mangrove Alliance to preserve existing mangroves, bring mangrove challenges to light and encourage the use of best restoration practices

MAP Wins 2020 .ORG Award

MAP recognized for environmental and community work, winning the Advancing Environmental Sustainability category

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Partnering on UN Decade of Restoration

MAP is a supporting partner of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration

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2023 Mangrove Art Calendar

LeLearn more about the Art Contest, and order the 2023 Calendar.

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MAP's Approach...

“Community-Based Ecological Mangrove Restoration”

Community-Based Ecological Mangrove Restoration

Community-Based Ecological Mangrove Restoration

An innovative & sustainable method for mangrove restoration

MAP’s unique approach

Our holistic approach to mangrove restoration empowers local stakeholders to mitigate mangrove stressors and teaches them how to use mangrove ecology and biology to facilitate natural regeneration. If you would like to find out more about CBEMR and discuss the possibility of running workshops for your mangroves, please get in contact. [email protected]

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“Marvellous Mangroves” Educational Curriculum

Marvellous Mangroves

Marvellous Mangroves

ensuring mangrove conservation through education

Ensuring mangrove conservation through education

The award-winning Marvellous Mangroves education curriculum has already been taught to over 2,500 teachers and 250,000 students worldwide, with more being added each year. It aims to increase awareness of the importance of mangrove forests through a hands-on curriculum that gets students and community members actively involved with their local mangrove forests, ensuring that mangroves will be valued both now, and in the future.

Click below to learn more about bringing Marvellous Mangroves curriculum to your region.

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Shop for Mangrove Conservation

Check out our new online shop to support conservation 

Order beautiful mangrove prints from the Mangrove Photography Awards or the Children’s Art Calendar now to avoid the Holiday rush! 100% of net proceeds go straight back into conservation while making sure all materials used are sustainably sourced.

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MAP is only able to do its work with mangroves and communities because of its network of supporters – thank you!

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MAP thrives in part because of its network of volunteers and interns – click here to see what you can do to become involved