Our ongoing marine biodiversity surveys in Kep and Kampot have shown seagrass regrowth in previously destroyed areas.
We deployed 200+ anti-trawling structures in the last 4 years, protecting 5000+ hectares of habitats from destructive fishing activities, and allowing bivalves and seagrass to regrow in previously destroyed areas.
We conducted 500+ marine mammal surveys in the last 4 years, identifying 30+ Irrawaddy dolphins and dugongs, and attaining the Important Marine Mammal Area status.
We've trained hundreds of Cambodian primary school, secondary school and University students on seagrass, marine mammal, and many more areas.
MCC on a mission
Our mission is simple but necessary: to achieve responsible and sustainable fishing practices whilst supporting local communities and improving Cambodia’s marine resources.
But at first, it was a difficult process.
MCC and our projects
We have several projects targeting marine mammals, seagrass meadows, coral reefs and other sensitive habitats… (read more)
Our marine harvesting network and shellfish restoration projects aim at improving marine resources in the Kep archipelago… (read more)