Fiji launches a campaign to protect its mangroves | Pacific Beat

Fiji launches a campaign to protect its mangroves

Fiji launches a campaign to protect its mangroves

Updated 20 May 2013, 17:07 AEST

Fiji has recently launched its first National Awareness Campaign on mangroves .

The six months campaign called, My Mangrove, My livelihood, targets coastal communities.

It aims at raising awareness on the multiple benefits of mangroves like stopping coastal erosion, and providing important fish breeding sites.

Stephanie Robinson from the WWF is Fiji's national coordinator of the AusAid resilience program.

She explained the goals of the campaign, to Isabelle Genoux.

Presenter: Isabelle Genoux

Speaker: Stephanie Robinson from the WWF is Fiji's national coordinator of the AusAid resilience program

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Isabelle Genoux

Isabelle Genoux

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Isabelle is an experienced bilingual reporter, producer and presenter and has worked for Radio Australia’s French and English language programs for 28 years.

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