The Amatasi Project - South Pacific

Sea Mercy’s Amatasi Project links community groups in Australia (and around the world) with remote communities in Fiji and other Pacific island nations through the construction and donation of an ecologically and economically sustainable fishing vessels. To empower local communities to be self-sufficient in a sustainable manner and to support, educate and train local populations in the lost art of transport using the wind.

Behind the Scenes - Generations Strategies

Although Sea Mercy's Volunteers are the life-blood of our programs, our incredible sponsors are heart that keeps our programs alive by pumping the resources needed to them. There are sponsors that require a return on their investment for their members and directors, and there sponsors that prefer that their gift or support remains invisible. Generation Strategies has been one of those silent sponsors.

Save a Reef, Save a Life! - Caio De Souza

Can Coconut & Dilo Oil Help Save the Reefs?

June Osborne - Adventures in Fiji

Memories of Batiki

Sea Mercy Volunteer, June Osborne

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