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Marine Conservationist

location
2 - 50 semaines  ·  Âge 18 - 50+

rating  Parfait 4.6  · 
  Vérifié par Volunteer World
  Taux de réponse excellent

Clou

  • Learn about marine environmental science and conservation.
  • Experience Khmer lifestyle, food and events with our local community and Khmer team members
  • Direct action through dedicating your time to the protection of the marine environment through on the ground field conservation
  • Discover Cambodian both land and underwater wonders
  • Meet people with a huge variety of background and from all around the world

Particulièrement approprié pour

Âge 18+
Seul voyageur
Groupes
50+

À propos du programme

By joining us on our little tropical island paradise, we can guarantee that you will make a genuine difference to the conservation of our unique Cambodian waters.

What is MCC? 

Marine Conservation Cambodia (MCC) is an NGO that has been protecting Cambodia’s ocean since 2008. We were the very first organization to actively work on and pay attention to marine conservation in this country. Based on ‘Koh Rong Samloem’ our team researched the area and ...

À propos du programme

What is MCC? 

Marine Conservation Cambodia (MCC) is an NGO that has been protecting Cambodia’s ocean since 2008. We were the very first organization to actively work on and pay attention to marine conservation in this country. Based on ‘Koh Rong Samloem’ our team researched the area and assisted local communities to enforce Cambodian fisheries laws in order to save the marine life and habitats. After successfully setting up a Marine Fisheries Management Area (MFMA) and being joined on site by other organizations, the Cambodian Government invited us to re-locate to the wild east coast of Cambodia where no conservation work was being carried out and protection was deeply needed. Since we arrived in 2014 on ‘Koh Ach Seh’, an uninhabitated island in Cambodia’s Kep Archipelago since the Khmer Rouge, incredible changes have occurred and marine life is returning and thriving way faster than we could have imagined. After three and a half years of intensive surveys, patrols and report writing we had the confirmation that our recommendation for the second Marine Fisheries Management Area (MFMA), in Cambodia, the first in Kep province has been approved. Our efforts culminated by its approval in the 2017 National Plan of Action which has drastically improved the area and enabled us to protect critical ecosystem like our seagrass, fringing reef, mangrove and shell beds! We work at stopping IUU (Illegal Unreported and Unregulated) fishing activities in Kep sea in partnership with the Fisheries Department and their officers. MCC’s ongoing relationship with the National Policy Makers also allow us to influence the creation and implementation of tailored protection scheme on a provincial and national level. Our long-lasting collaboration with the smallscale fishermen brought us an awareness of the most pressing issues they encounter. This partnership allows us to work toward ensuring a long-term sustainable livelihood for those fishermen and the next generation. Our independence and our bottom up/top down approach give us the possibilities to focus our energy toward the completion of the most critical tasks in the most efficient way. Having clear goals, but working in a constantly evolving environment, our adaptability enables us to concentrate our effort on what’s most critical for the ocean. It also gives us the possibility to quickly answer to the needs of our multiple collaborators in various ways, from surveying the coral reefs of an island for the 1st time to supporting the fisheries department in ocean patrol against destructive poachers. The organization has many facets, including ecological and social science research and collecting data to use in the implementation of conservation legislation to achieve our goals.


MCC projects 

Due to our constantly evolving environment and context, MCC’s projects change regularly. For all these projects we can provide full training and support to get you up to a level where your collected data can and will be used within MCC’s reports and publications.

The Cambodian Marine Mammal Project:
Our Marine Mammal project is a researchled and community-based project working towards safeguarding Cambodia’s endangered Marine Mammals with a current focus on the Irrawaddy dolphins and Dugongs of Kep Archipelago. It is currently the only long-term study of Cambodia’s marine population of the endangered Irrawaddy dolphins. In 2022, we expanded this work to the neighboring province of Kampot and now include the Indo Pacific Humpback Dolphins as part of our research program. This program is headed by Cambodian researchers under the supervision of a Marine Mammal Scientist. 

Seagrass Monitoring Project:
Cambodian Seagrass Conservation Project is working to protect and expand seagrass meadows in Cambodia’s coastal waters, while also helping the local communities that rely on seagrass-related resources. This project aims to map the extent, species composition and abundance of seagrasses across Kep and Kampot provinces. Starting at Koh Seh, the seagrass project works to better understand seagrass ecology over different temporal and spatial scales, including assessments of species growth rates, reproductive cycles and response to damage. Working with the seagrass squad you would contribute toward directing protected area zone management, identify biodiversity hotspots and threat-spots, and inform strategies for meadow expansion.

Outreach Project:
Working with local schools and universities, we provide advocacy and education on marine research and conservation, our local university internships, have produced some of Cambodia’s leading marine conservationists and researchers. 

Marine Litter and Plastics Project:
Ocean plastics and rubbish is an increasing problem. Our team organizes local cleanups and attempts to address ocean pollution on a local scale. 

Alternative Livelihoods:
Marine Conservation Cambodia is actively working on providing alternative livelihood solutions for local communities. Due to the decline in the overall fisheries resources, it is essential that alternatives to illegal and destructive fishing are found. By looking at socio-demographic and our marine data, we can begin to identify possible solutions for livelihood improvement and alternative livelihoods. 

Marine Harvesting Network:
The Marine Harvesting Network Project (MHN) was set up to monitor fishing pressure within the Kep MFMA and to promote and protect small-scale and sustainable fishing practices. With our Marine Mammal and seagrass teams constantly on the water, we can monitor all fishing activities including illegal and legal to build a better understanding of fishing pressure, this allows us to give adaptive management solutions with regards to the Management of the MFMA.


What does volunteering with MCC mean? 

The first and most important thing is to understand, that being part of MCC means being part of a hard-working, fast paced, and hands-on group of people. Living and working on Koh Ach Seh doesn’t feel like and isn’t supposed to be a nice, relaxing holiday trip. While some aspects may be movie worthy, don’t expect to lie in a hammock all day. From moving our concrete blocks, cleaning the dishes, scrubbing the dive shed or washing our speed boat, there will be plenty of tasks that do require physical labor. All of these tasks are vital for MCC’s work and are a part of living on Koh Ach Seh. Depending on current projects, the research work you do might also be physically demanding, not to forget the tropical climate. For these reasons, it can be an intense experience for both body and mind. Within MCC you will find a lot of different kind of people with different working methods and personalities. It’s important for us that you stay true to yourself, while not forgetting the overall goal and team spirit. We are looking for dedicated, motivated and hard-working people. Please note, priority will be given to those who can commit to 2 or more months; because the more time you spend with us, the more you learn, the more valuable and impactful your work can be. Also remember the learning and acclimatization period does take time.


Bungalows:

While living on Koh Ach Seh you will be staying in gender divided bungalows shared between two to six people, staff and volunteers mixed. Every room contains three bunk-beds with mosquito nets, power and light at night as well as an en suite bathroom with a rainwater bucket shower and toilet. This is not a luxury retreat; walls have holes and geckos and rats living in the neighboring jungle sometimes pay you a visit. You basically live one with nature.


Internet:

We have no Wifi on the island and use personal mobile data if we want to access the internet. If you need or want internet access while you are here, the best Cambodia networks with data signals on the island are either ‘C-Tel’, ‘Smart’ or ‘Metfone’ with varying reliability in different places. If you are coming from Vietnam, we would strongly advise you to buy a Vietnamese Sim card, namely ‘Viettel’ since the Vietnamese data signals are way stronger. Don’t expect to be able to stream Netflix, the signal is mostly too unstable for that. Buy a 4G sim card on the mainland ($1 to 4, available at every market or tech shop), buy some top up cards and type in the code shown. You then need a code to convert the money into data, kindly ask the employees at the shop to help you do this, choose whichever plan suits you. Many of our staff/volunteers are on the $5 plan which lasts for a month and is 50GB or $1 which lasts for 1 week.


Emergencies:

Living on our island, we are fortunate to have quick access to the mainland, as it only takes 20 minutes by speed boat to reach necessary resources and medical assistance if needed. While we do have a species of venomous snakes here, it is essential to remember that their bites are not deadly. We have never encountered any issues with snake bites, and we strive to maintain a safe environment for all residents. Nevertheless, it is always wise to exercise caution and take necessary precautions to prevent potential emergencies. We understand that emergencies can occur unexpectedly, and we are prepared to handle them efficiently. In urgent situations, we have the option to utilize the speed boat for immediate transportation to the mainland. However, it is important to note that this mode of transport is strictly reserved for genuine emergencies. For regular illnesses or non-life-threatening conditions, our standard practice is to wait for the next planned boat trip to the mainland. 


Transport to and in Cambodia:

We would advise downloading either the ‘Pass’ or ‘Grab’ App for Tuk Tuks, they are very easy and act like Uber, where you can book online and they come within a few minutes. Booking a Tuk Tuk driver by hour is also an option. Using apps like these also provides protection of being overly charged and can generally be used as a guideline for prices. Please be aware that there might be no drivers for these Apps in more remote areas, but don’t worry. You will always find a Tuk Tuk or a way to get around. You can also rent a scooter for a reasonable price, but please be aware that driving, roads and traffic in Cambodia is quite different in comparison to Western countries and can be dangerous. Please also note that it might take longer than usual to get through the airport in Phnom Penh, so allow plenty of time for this before your destined time of departure to Kep or elsewhere. Remember: if you need a negative PCR result to fly home, you will need to test in Phnom Penh with enough time to be authorized for travel e.g. leave the island two days before your flight.

Recommended accommodation in Phnom Penh:
● Cheap: Top Banana Hostel
● Mid-range: YK Arthouse or House Boutique Eco Hotel
● More Expensive: Okay Boutique


Transport to Kep:

There are mainly two good ways to get from Phnom Penh to Kep city: 

Taking a Tuk Tuk from the airport to Phnom Penh city center ($10) and afterwards a Bus from Phnom Penh city center to Kep city($10 ticket; duration 4h). It’s best and easiest to book online via bookmebus or a similar website, even though you can just turn up at the any bus center and ask for an available seat on the next bus.

Taxi is also an option; it is faster but more expensive ($50-60) and can be booked via bookmebus or a similar website as well. 

Recommended accommodation in Kep:
● Cheap: Khmer House Hostel or Captain Chim’s Guesthouse 
● Mid-range: Khmer Hands Guesthouse or Botanica Guesthouse 
● More Expensive: The Beach House


Transport to Koh Ach Seh:

Only MCC’s supply boat travels to Koh Ach Seh, so no need to purchase a ticket. Our boat leaves at 3:00 pm from Rabbit Island Pier in Kep Town every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Our days of arrival are every first and third Sunday of the month. MCC’s supply boat is red and black and different to the normal green boats parking at the Pier. If you can’t find it, just ask anybody for the boat to the conservation on Koh Ach Seh. If you tend to get motion sickness, it's important to bring medicine for boat rides. It can really help you feel better and have a more enjoyable time on the water. 


Visa:

DO NOT get the tourist visa. You need to go to the visa desk on arrival and ask for a 1 month E-Visa that can be extended if needed in the country, the cost is between 40-45$. It is best to have a photocopy of your passport and two passport photos, sometimes they ask for them, sometimes they don't, but better to be prepared. 


Costs:

We know that cost is often a deciding factor and sometimes the greatest contributors of passion and energy struggle financially, as we often do. If we were located on mainland Cambodia, our cost would be definitely lower but being on a near desert island we need to bring everything by boat. There is no continuous electricity (generator at night), other accommodation, market or restaurant on the island, which means higher general costs, but next to nonextra costs, provided you stay on the island.
The first 4 weeks are to be paid prior to arrival to reserve your place and help us prepare. The price also goes lower the longer you stay and the more you contribute to the team. Staying with us for a longer time means you have learned more skills that are useful to our work and that also means a greater contribution on your part. If you stay longer than 3 months with us, we can work out a payment plan with you.

The price includes everything provided on the island: 

● all food, water, tea, coffee 
● accommodation 
● transport to and from the mainland to Koh Ach Seh 
● research training in current projects
● all scuba diving (if qualified) 

We are not a business and we are reinvesting all the money we can get to save the archipelago and its unique ecosystems... Therefore, all of us are all living with a very basic level of material comfort, same as you. 
If you can’t afford those fees, let us know how you can make positive changes to the ocean in Cambodia and we will try to work something out. Please remember though that your contribution is what keeps the wheels turning and allows not only you but also us, to continue making a difference and changing the tide of destruction that affects our Oceans.


Diving:

As you might have realized already, many of our activities happen underwater for which you need a minimum of Advanced Adventurer (SSI), Advanced Open Water Diver (PADI) or equivalent certification to dive around here. Provided you have this level of experience, all diving on the island is for free and in theory unlimited. As long as there’s time and you find a fitting dive buddy, you can explore the reefs and areas around the island as much and as often as you want. 

 If you do not have those certifications yet, you will be at the best place to earn them as we have a highly qualified and experienced diving instructor team on the island. Our team is also happy to perform a test dive with you, to help you make the right decision for you. Please keep in mind, that due to pollution and the water quality in general the visibility is not great and with some minor exceptions the depth doesn’t exceed 10 meters. 

The diving course fees are extra over the volunteer contribution as follows: 

● SSI Open Water Diver course is 300 US$
● SSI Advanced Adventurer (provided you already hold an Open Water Diver card) 300 US$
● SSI Open Water Diver and SSI Advanced Adventurer course combined 550 US$
● SSI React right course is 100 US$
● SSI Rescue Diver course is 350 US$ (SSI React right needed) 

You can either transfer the money into the same bank accounts as the general fees or pay in cash, whatever works best for you. 


Packing 101:

● Personal laptop 
● (video-) camera; useful in certain projects and for capturing memories
● Binoculars, if you have some
 ● Mosquito repellant
● Sun cream
 ● Soap, shampoo/conditioner, general cosmetics
● Sunglasses and hat
● Rain jacket/umbrella
● Swimming clothes (no bikini)
● Wet suit (3mm) or rash vest
● Clothing; short and long clothes for mosquito protection recommended, quick-dry
● Shoes; airy but well fitting slippers possibly with extra ankle band recommended
● Adapters
● Portable charger
● USB stick / portable hard drive
● Stationary (pens, pencils, pencil sharpener, eraser and writing paper)
● A photocopy of your passport, your Visa (if possible) and two passport photos
● If you are diving, definitely bring a mask, snorkel and either shoe/closed heel fins or booties to fit into an open heel fin, and any other dive equipment you have; there are possibilities to borrow equipment but it’s better to bring what you have
● First aid kit
● Toilet Paper (if needed) 
● Face masks


Island and Cambodian etiquette:

● Smile
● Learn some Khmer
● Learn how to toast Khmer style
● Do not give or receive anything with the left hand
● If handing something to an elder, use both hands
● Do not sit higher than an elder
● Do not point at anything with your index finger (use your fully extended hand)
● Do not cross a social circle or people having a conversation (or at least bow if you need to)
● Never touch somebody’s head
● Do not step over somebody’s leg
● Do not put the sole of your feet toward somebody
● Remove your shoes when entering the Main Bungalow and the kitchen
● Dress appropriately: our team is made up of a mixture of Cambodian and western staff, for this reason it is important to dress accordingly and respectfully. Women should wear a swimsuit when swimming (not a bikini) and ideally a t shirt and shorts too



Journée typique

The typical day always depends on the specific missions we have to complete plus the weather and diving conditions. We organise a new schedule every Monday that fits what we need to accomplish for the week. Volunteers participate both in land activities (presentations, artificial reef building, ...

Journée typique

The typical day always depends on the specific missions we have to complete plus the weather and diving conditions. We organise a new schedule every Monday that fits what we need to accomplish for the week. Volunteers participate both in land activities (presentations, artificial reef building, dolphin surveys, beach cleaning etc.) or underwater ones if the visibility allows it (scientific surveys, artificial reef deployment, fun diving etc.).


Activités de loisirs

We are the only ones that live on this island. As long as you respect everyone that lives within our community, you are free to do what you want, play volleyball, complete personal work, read in the hammocks, explore the jungle, dive and snorkel, garden, building anything you need etc. Your only ...

Activités de loisirs

We are the only ones that live on this island. As long as you respect everyone that lives within our community, you are free to do what you want, play volleyball, complete personal work, read in the hammocks, explore the jungle, dive and snorkel, garden, building anything you need etc. Your only limit is your imagination, it is truly a beautiful place to spend your time whilst making a difference to ocean conservation.


Conditions

Conditions

Âge minimum: 18 ans

Pour participer à ce programme tu dois avoir au moins 18 ans quand le programme commence. Il peut y avoir des exceptions si tu peux montrer la permission de ton tuteur légal ou si tu es accompagné(e) par l'un de tes parents.

Compétences linguistiques

Tu dois parler Anglais (niveau moyen)

Restrictions de Nationalité

Aucune restriction. De l'aide venant de tous les coins du monde est bienvenu.

Autres Compétences

Independent, dedicated to ocean protection, open-minded, curious.

Engagement horaire

Nous avons besoin de ton aide pour lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi et vendredi de 08:00 - 15:00

Services inclus

Services inclus

Services de Marine Conservation Cambodia

The current costs for staying with us vary depending on your length of stay, your experience and what you can personally offer to our project. 

The weekly fee covers all of your boat travel to and from the island, accommodation, food, diving (if you are advanced qualified, excluding courses) and other direct expenses needed to support you during your stay. It also includes a small amount that goes to cover project costs such as the Khmer staff wages, running and maintenance costs such as boats, electricity, water and materials needed to conduct the research.

We do NOT use any of your fees to cover administration costs, advertising costs or foreign staff wages.

For stays longer than 2 months, contact us to work out a cost that can be discussed to suit your budget whilst still allowing us to operate effectively.

Logement

We are the only ones that live on our remote island. It was a desert island before we arrived, we literally built everything here, from the pier to the bungalow to the volleyball court. There is no restaurant, no shop etc. We've built our village between the ocean and the jungle. We are all living in beach bungalows (maximum 6 people, most of the time 3 or 4) with bucket showers and bunk beads.

Aliments & Boissons

We have two amazing Khmer chefs that cook both Western and Khmer food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Drinks are also provided by MCC (except for alcohol).

Accès à Internet

Accès limité sur le site du projet

NE SONT inclus dans le prix:

NE SONT inclus dans le prix:

Transfert de l'aéroport Phnom Penh International Airport

Le transfert de l'aéroport n'est pas inclus dans les frais non plus.

Billets d'avion

L'aéroport le plus proche est Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH) à Phnom Penh. Nous t'aidons à trouver des vols pas chers pour aller en Cambodge. TROUVER DES VOLS PAS CHERS

Assurance Voyage

Partir à l'étranger est une aventure et c'est toujours mieux d'être bien préparé. Que ce soit une maladie soudaine, une blessure ou du vol - une assurance voyage pour Cambodge te protège en cas de situation imprévue. OBTENIR UN DEVIS

Vaccins

Si tu envisages de faire du bénévolat en Cambodge, nous te conseillons de consulter un médecin avant le début de ton voyage. Renseigne-toi sur les vaccins nécessaires pour Cambodge. INFOS VACCINS

Informations sur l'arrivée

From Phnom Penh, you can take a bus to the town of Kep for around $15. Otherwise, you can take a taxi straight for a slightly higher price. Once you arrive at the Kep bus station, it is advised to take a tuk-tuk or taxi to the Rabbit Island Pier where our boat will be docked. The boat departs the pier at 3pm on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.

Disponibilité
janv. févr. mars avril mai juin juil. août sept. oct. nov. déc.

Frais de Programme

2 semaines (durée min.) 1 133€
3 semaines 1 343€
4 semaines 1 586€
8 semaines 2 945€
50 semaines (durée max.) 7 680€
Prix moyen 360€/semaine

Frais de Programme

360€ par semaine 2 - 50 semaines Âge 18 - 50+

Méthodes de payement

Visa Master Card Maestro American Express PayPal

PAS DE FRAIS DE CARTE DE CRÉDIT


Durée

2 - 50 semaines

Acompte

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Paiement final

Le paiement du montant restant doit être organisé avec Marine Conservation Cambodia durant le processus de candidature. Très souvent ce paiement est effectué par virement bancaire ou en espèces.


Rencontrez votre hôte

Marine Conservation Cambodia

Parfait 4.6 rating (6 avis)

Non lucratif - fondée en 2008

Vérifié par Volunteer World

  Taux de réponse excellent

Hébergé par

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Langues parlées: Allemand, Anglais

Sur le projet

MCC has pioneered marine research and conservation in order to save endangered marine life and habitats, and increase local fishing communities livelihood.

Rencontrez votre hôte

Marine Conservation Cambodia (MCC) is a non-profit NGO that has been protecting Cambodia’s ocean since 2008. We were the very first organization to actively work on the ground on marine conservation in Cambodia. For the past years, we have pioneered marine research and conservation in order to save endangered marine life and habitats, first in Koh Rong Archipelago and now in Kep. Since we relocate in 2013, incredible changes have occurred. New marine species coming back regularly, coral thriving, dolphins returning. It’s like witnessing a dying person coming back to life. We have also established long-term relationships with local small-scale fishing communities, which have helped provide MCC with a complete understanding of the most pressing issues that impact both people and the environment. We need more people able to help us in tracking this recovery in cooperation with local communities so we can prove conservation efforts even in damaged areas will bring results. 

By joining MCC team, you will participate in a direct way to the protection and restoration of the ocean, as well as contributing to reports for the national government. From our reef monitoring program, to our seahorse data collection or our dolphin project, volunteers can participate in numerous scientific activities on land and underwater, after completing the right training, provided by our scientific team. They can also join our artificial reef program to deploy structures that will protect Kep’s waters for years. We hope those structures will only be the beginning later to be complemented with fish aggregation devices or wild oyster aquaculture. We’ll definitely need motivated volunteers to help realize this massive project.

As you might have realized, most of our activities happen underwater for which you need a minimum of an Advanced diver certification. If you do not have those certifications yet, you will be at the best place to earn them as we have highly qualified and experienced diving team on the island.

Regarding the island living fees, the price can vary depending on the amount of time you are willing to commit and your experience in marine conservation.

At MCC we are always looking for those dedicated volunteers and interns who truly want to make a difference, we integrate you into our team and continue the work we have been entrusted to carry out involving you and utilising your skills and passion, our goal is conservation and the regeneration of a once beautiful area that is in the beginnings of recovery.

While at Marine Conservation Cambodia our volunteers will learn multiple survey techniques as well as other types of marine conservation practices. We currently teach our volunteers surveying techniques and general knowledge in 10 crucial areas. 

 

  1. Fish Species Identification and Abundance

  2. Invertebrate Species Identification and Abundance

  3. Substrate Identification and Health 

  4. Seagrass Density and Identification 

  5. Seahorse Identification, Behavior and Distribution

  6. Marine Mammal Monitoring, Abundance, Distribution and Behavior

  7. Community Socio-Demographic

  8. Marine fisheries resources Management

  9. Marine Protected Area Management and Policy

    At the same time, we are providing multiple research possibilities for anybody with relevant experience (or enough time preparation before arrival here) intending to stay for an extensive period. For these potential projects, we are looking for people with initiative, leadership and creativity. If it is something you would be interested in, you would have to design the whole project from A to Z. We would be here to support you and give you advice if needed of course. This is the opportunity to be your own project director, challenge yourself outside the box and be a scientific pioneer in this field.

6 avis · rating4.6

Bettina Drechsel rating4.6

2020 at Marine Conservationist

There is a series of interesting projects going on on the island, you will learn a lot about marine conservation, about Seagrass-, Seahorse- and Dolphinmonitoring. You will have the chance to be part of this very important environmental conservation work in Kep Archipellago. The project leaders are ...
Nicholas Mullin rating4.8

2019 at Marine Conservationist

Marine Conservation Cambodia offers a great opportunity to be a part of a team of smart, dedicated conservationists and scientists where you will learn a lot about conservation efforts and feel like your a part of 'good ...
Taylor Steinhilber rating4.2

2019 at Marine Conservationist

Many are the merits of Marine Conservation Cambodia and her people. -Very personable -Passionate and knowledgeable -Eager to teach -Beautiful location -Ample facilities and amenities (all things considered) -Many opportunities for people of all skill levels to contribute -The programs in ...
Joey Ng rating4.2

2018 at Marine Conservationist

It was great experiencing the kind of marine conservation MCC was doing. They are a bunch of passionate, fun and caring people. I really enjoyed my time there. They also involved the locals as much as possible which was a great thing. ..
Ly Menghy rating5

2018 at Marine Conservationist

I have been experience volunteer on Koh Arch Seh insland in Cambodia with Marine Conservation Team a week. And i have been learn so much thing about the ocean the life in the ocean and the problem of the ocean are face nowaday, So the ocean really need a volunteer who want to help the ocean and help ...
Joshua Wilson rating4.6

2018 at Marine Conservationist

The guys at MCC gave me an experience no other internship could've! On the island you're integrated with local culture and thrown into a place where you live and work by the environment you love! I worked with the marine mammal project side more than anything else and it was amazing! I gained a love ...

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