We would like to take this opportunity to thank all volunteers, staff members, project partners and donors for their participation and support. The content of this newsletter was compiled by field leaders and edited by Karin Claesson. Thank you - Siyabonga - Keitumetse - Enkosi Kakhulu - Obrigado
The teaching in Barberton was great. It helped me a lot to become sure that I really want to become a teacher. It prepared for my whole working life. Geisser Lea-Mara
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Associate Marine Researcher
Dr Simon Pierce, from New Plymouth, New Zealand, is a marine biologist with 11 years of experience. He has been working in Mozambique since 2005 - he believes Mozambique is a global hotspot for Earth's largest fishes, whale sharks and manta rays, and many other amazing marine species. He is the lead whale shark scientist for the Foundation for the Protection of Marine Megafauna and is Executive Director of Eyes on the Horizon. Simon states that the MMF partnership with All Out Africa is a great opportunity for volunteers to gain experience in the absolute latest marine research techniques.
Want to live your dream? Ross Newbigging (former Marine Reasearch Assistant at AOA) is a perfect example of how to live your dream. We are so greatful having him i our team and wish him all the luck on the road continuing living his dream...Read Article