Mozambique offers a unique study for marine activism. The Madagascar Channel is one of the world's most fertile and diverse ocean environments. The major stakeholders there, local fishermen, are largely unaware of the ocean crisis we are facing. Without electricity, news, tv or internet they only receive information and support from a new band of activists called Bitonga Divers who visit their villages. Ocean Revolution, The Foundation for the Protection of Marine Megafauna, and Eduardo Moldame University have joined forces to initiate and promote a program of conservation awareness and sustainable economic development in the Inhambane region of Mozambique.

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