This morning took place the MANA HONU drawing competition organized in the class of Mr. Aldo in Papetoai. The goal was to draw our emblematic mascot which fights against plastic pollution: the MANA HONU turtle “STOP to waste”. José Marquez, the artist who created the mascot, rewarded the winners with presents (tee-shirt, comic, 7-family game) […]
MANA HONU educational workshops in schools to educate children on plastic pollution continue. No less than 500 children have already been educated in Moorea schools. Discover some images of these interventions! Thank you to our partners on this project: Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco, Jean-François Clervoy & Frank Lehot, Vilebrequin, Univairmer, InterContinental Moorea Resort […]
On Tuesday, Te mana o te moana team and volunteers performed another garbage collection! More than 20 bags of garbage were collected by our teams on the side of the belt road in our MANA HONU sponsored area. Thank you to all for your motivation and dedication!
The MANA HONU Educational Project, which objective is to educate the population on the damages of plastic pollution and to provide concrete alternatives, is progressing. Several educational materials have been created proposing concrete alternatives to the use of plastics at home, at work, while shopping but also on the go! […]
As part of the Univairmer partnership, Te mana o te moana installed a coral structure with coral cuttings made during educational programs. In the shape of a sea turtle, the structure has been named To’a honu (“Coral turtle” in Tahitian) and now adorns the resting pool of the Care center where the big adult turtles are […]