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Dr Jean-Luc Solandt
Marine Conservation Society

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Welcome to Reef Check Maldives!
Below are the volunteer opportunities currently offered for this country. Please use the contact information for more details.
Project Type: Office/Outreach/Fundraising
Months Volunteer Opportunity Available: Feb, Jul
Minimum Time Commitment Needed: 10 days
Contact Email:
Project Type: Field Work
Type of Volunteers Needed: Scuba Divers, Tourists
Months Volunteer Opportunity Available: Jan, Feb, Jun, Jul, Aug
Minimum Time Commitment Needed: 10 days
Number of Volunteers Needed: 20+
Costs Covered by Reef Check Team: Equipment, Meals
Requirements: Must be fully trained sports (BSAC) or Advanced OW (PADI) divers
Minimum Age: 16 years to participate in liveaboard trips
Contact Email:
The following facilities and trainers offer courses as part of the Reef Check EcoDiver program. Become an EcoDiver and monitor the world's coral reefs! Click here for more information on the program.
Facility/Trainer Name: Divers Baros Maldives
Contact: Karin Spijker, manager/owner
Address: Baros Maldives
North Male Atoll
Phone: 009607604564
E-Mail: or
EcoDiver Courses Offered: Discover Reef Check course (Indo-Pacific)
Reef Check EcoDiver course (Indo-Pacific)
Include in Cost: Scuba equipment, Materials
Can Schedule Private Courses? Yes
Minimum Class Size: 2
Languages Courses Taught In: English/French/German

Facility/Trainer Name: GEMANA
Contact: Shaha Hashim, Lead Volunteer
Phone: +9609692409
E-Mail: ,
Cost Per Course: Depends on the group size
Include in Cost: Materials
Can Schedule Private Courses? Yes
Minimum Class Size: 4-6
Languages Courses Taught In: English and Dhivehi

Facility/Trainer Name: Reef Check Maldives
Contact: Rafil Mohammed & Ibrahim Shameel
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