Since October 7th, our teams have been scouring the islands of Tahiti, Moorea, Raiatea, Bora Bora, Huahine and Rangiroa to broadcast the Hei moana’s program, a network that wishes to involve adults and children in participative sciences by giving them all the information’s needed to study reefs, marine mammals and marine turtles.
To preserve, it is necessary to understand marine life, its fauna and flora. This is why a one-day public training formation have been initiated on each island, bringing together a hundred particpants to date.
1500 children in 68 classes were made aware with schools actions on Moorea Tahiti Raiatea Huahine Bora Bora and Rangiroa.
The presence of our teams at the IPFC Congress and at the Science festival has been a relay for a very broad awareness of the school environment.
In Total, there are more than 4700 people, mostly children who have been sensitized to the protection of the Polynesian Marine world.
We would like to thank the municipalities of Moorea-Maiao, Tahiti, Huahine, Bora Bora, Uturoa, Taputapuatea and Rangiroa for their support, but also the directors and principals and teachers for their involvement.
Next public information meetings starting at 9 PM:
Saturday, November 18th at rangiroa
Saturday, November 25th at the city hall of taravao
Saturday, December 2nd at the city hall of papeete
Find all the news of the Hei moana’s network and download media on the following link http://www.temanaotemoana.org/fr/reseau-hei-moana/
To register for public meetings or for any questions, send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 87 74 67 76 or 87 71 53 44