Archived Website of Save Our Sea

We facilitated collaborative marine conservation initiatives in Bangladesh
from June 2013 to June 2018.

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Collaborative Solutions for Marine Conservation

How We Did It

As a collaborative learning and action platform, we brought together conservationists, communities, businesses, policymakers, and students to share learning and develop new conservation models and frameworks.

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News and Blog

Crab Bank: Are there reason for optimism?

An Asian way of managing wild-caught mud crab fishery? Could this model be adopted in case-specific bio-ecological contexts?
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Apply to join Bengal Shark Program

Bay of Bengal Shark Program is accepting applications to recruit volunteers as Field Assistant
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What works in shark conservation in Raja Ampat MPA Network

Shark Conservation in Indonesia: A Brief Perspective on Local Shark Protection in Raja Ampat Marine Protected Area Network Network, West Papua
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Orissa celebrates World Oceans Day with a message to protect coastal communities

The celebration was themed under ‘investing in marine conservation: making sense of blue economy’.
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3rd MCBES seeks more investment for marine conservation in the Bay of Bengal

The symposium is annually arranged as part of World Oceans Day celebration
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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I contribute to marine conservation in Bangladesh while you have ceased to operate?

People who collaborated on this platform are now working either with their new initiatives or affiliated with traditional conservation groups. You will find more information on the ‘Collaborators’ page.  There is an unlimited number of ways to contribute to their work in coastal and marine conservation. Explore!

How Save Our Sea was funded?

We worked as part of on non-monetary partnership-based initiatives; we did not raise money from the public or private sector or apply for grants from national or international donors. All the collaborator on our platforms including associates, affiliates, intern, and volunteers were non-paid staff who were engaged to perform very specific duties or functions, and/or recognised/acknowledged for their contribution to program activities.

How this website is funded now?

As public interest about this platform is still overwhelming, it’s been decided to keep the website alive for some time personally funded by a few of the former collaborators. The hope is that it will help you by providing the necessary information.