OceansWatch is an NGO that helps coastal communities, mainly in the SW pacific. In 2015 we shall be concentrating on cyclone Pam relief.


We run expeditions on sailing yachts to islands in the pacific to assist communities with marine and terrestrial ecosystem management, sustainable livelihood development, biodiversity protection and to adapt to the anticipated effects of Climate Change.

In 2015 we are concentrating on helping communities recover from the effects of Cyclone Pam and shall be helping develop resilience to these and other disasters.

OceansWatch work at village level with support from local and National governments.

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We run expeditions on loaned sailing yachts to remote small islands to assist them with marine and terrestrial ecosystem management, sustainable livelihood projects, environmental education and to build their capacity to handle the problems associated with climate change.

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Lovelyn Maobo, Tuwo village, Solommon Islands  18 December 2012

Lovelyn tells us why she wants to complete her Marine Biology degree.

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