Home
CALL US: +855 (0)16715444
CALL US: +855 (0)16715444
Menu
Register

S5 Box

Login

Register

Marine Conservation Cambodia in The News

  • Marine Conservation Cambodia, Featured in National Geographic

     

    We let our work speak for its self, with our Seahorse research programs being recently featured in National Geographic, we are proud to show you who we are and what we do, read the article on the Nat Geo Website or click the link below  



    Read Here

MCC News & Updates

Arrival of the new Patrol Boat
Saturday November 05, 2016

We are more than proud to announce the arrival of our new Patrol Boat, after years of chasing the illegal fishing boats in our old wooden boats, often not much faster than the boats we are chasing (thats not to say we didn't catch a lot using them). We now have the one thing we needed most, and i

Meeting to Discuss Kep's new MFMA
Tuesday October 25, 2016

We just attended the first meeting hosted by the Ministry of Forestry Fisheries and Agriculture, together with the Department for fisheries conservation and Kep's provincial fisheries, to present

Creation of the Artificial Shellfish Reefs and Ant
Friday October 14, 2016

We have begun work on the first phase of a very large Project, this project will work in parallel with the upcoming MFMA, the project is to create Artificial structures that can be used as Natura

Volunteer Blog Posts

Why I will change peoples perceptions of the Ocean?
Thursday November 10, 2016

Hello, my name is Chhorvida Khem. I’m a senior student from Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia and I came here with my team to do the Artificial Reef project for our thesis with technical support from Marine Conservation Cambodia. We believe that our project will help to provide more marine

Why this video affected me!
Thursday November 10, 2016

Here at MCC, it is common on the island for us to share experiences and media which have changed our perspectives, or influenced us in some way. On one particular afternoon, Paul sat us down and

Alex got carried away
Monday August 08, 2016

 

INTERVIEWER: If you were stuck on the island with only one other volunteer who would you choose to be with?

Volunteer Testimonials

What beautiful place to be! I have been working with MCC as a volunteer in the beginning of 2015 and it was the best time. The first person I met w...

Kati Nispel
Jul 26, 2016

Project Partners

International Conservation Fund of Canada

Project Seahorse 

 Fisheries Administration 

 RGC Fisheries Administration 

Knai Bang Chat

 

Volunteer Sphere

Volunteer Placement

Marine Researcher Marine Conservation Cambodia

 

Join Our Volunteer Marine Research and Volunteer Marine Conservation Teams and learn what you can do to help protect the Ocean. Your volunteer work here makes an immediate and positive impact on the conservation of Cambodia's marine ecosystems and habitats.



Learn More

Current Research

Sociodemographic report on local fishing communities

 

Please take a look at some of our current Internship and volunteer research projects and opportunities for your interest or university course requirements.



Research Topics

Academic Internships

Marine Research Internships

 

Achieve your university program requirements as a Marine Conservation Cambodia intern whilst learning marine field research and marine conservation techniques, your work directly helps our team in protecting Cambodia's Ocean.



Apply Today

Involvement Can Start Today, Help Us Protect Cambodia's Ocean



Octopus at Kep Oceanarium volunteer project

Kep Oceanarium

Volunteer or take an internship program and Get involved with Kep Oceanarium's, Coral propagation, Seahorse Breeding and research Project.
Koh Rong Samloem volunteer project

Location Koh Rong Samloem

Our original Seahorse research base is located here at our old volunteer project site. We must apologise that we are currently not operating this site due to a huge increase in violent  crime, there are currently many embassy warnings for Sihanoukville and the surrounding islands and we would rather choose to offer security and safety than put you at risk. 

 

Get involved today and Protect Cambodia's Ocean!

 

Contact Us