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#SeastainableStories - Dwi Riyan, Pongo Ranger Community

#SeastainableStories is a series by Seastainable to feature amazing ocean conservationists and advocates we believe in. Everyone can, and has play a part in contributing to healthier and happier oceans. This week, we are featuring the founder of Seastainable’s grantee who recieved our Seastainable grant for two youth camps.  Dwi Riyan, the founder of Pongo Ranger Community (PRC), is a youth leader from West Kalimantan, Ketapang, Indonesia who leads their organization in promoting youth empowerment and environmental education. During the 1st quarter of this year, we supported PRC’s academic program on emerging community leaders through environmental education. A total of $1,481.78 SGD was granted for two programs which both aim to campaign for sustainable education, natural preservation by the local people,...

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#SeastainableStories - Rafid Shidqi, Thresher Shark Project Indonesia

#SeastainableStories – Rafid Shidqi, Thresher Shark Project Indonesia  #SeastainableStories is a series Seastainable will be launching to feature amazing ocean conservationists and advocates! We believe that everyone can play a part in contributing to healthier and happier oceans. For our third week of sharing #SeastainableStories, we are featuring Seastainable Team’s seabling through SEA Camp, Rafid Shidqi. He is the Co-founder and Project Leader of the Thresher Shark Project Indonesia (TSPI). During the 3rd quarter, Rafid’s organization got a Seastainable Grant worth $ 1,305 SGD to bridge conservation and community livelihoods for mutual benefits. TSPI has opened new doors for the different stakeholders to work together on this common goal. At present, Rafid is taking up his Master of Science Degree...

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#SeastainableStories - Je Cawalo, Seastainable Co.

#SeastainableStories is a series Seastainable will be launching to feature amazing ocean conservationists and advocates! We believe that everyone can play a part in contributing to healthier and happier oceans. The next story we would like to feature is the newest addition to our team, Je Cawalo. She works with our Seastainable grantees and communicates with our customers and seapporters.  Read on to find out more!  My name is Jerica Marie Cawalo, you can call me Je! I am currently working as the Conservations & Communication Manager at Seastainable Co. I started my interest in marine life way back in college as I was taking up Bachelor of Science in Biology. That interest turned into an advocacy when I joined...

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Seastainable Co. | 2019 July-September Updates

We’re already done with three quarters of the year and we won’t come this far without your support. During the months of July, August, and September, individuals and organizations across Southeast Asia were sending waves of change in their own communities through the profit that you were all contributing. Two Seastainable grants were conducted in the Philippines and Indonesia while various initiatives were launched and co-sponsored in Singapore. There’s no better way to go on with this journey than sharing all these inspiring works to keep us going!

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#SeastainableStories - Gab Paloma, Seastainable Co.

#SeastainableStories is a series Seastainable will be a launch to feature amazing ocean conservationists and advocates! We believe that everyone can play a part in contributing to healthier and happier oceans. Our first story we would like to feature is the amazing lady behind all our beautiful marketing collaterals Gabrielle Paloma aka Gab. Read on to find out more! 

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