Moalboal

My Sea – My Home

For generations to come

School Projects

Environmental awareness

Create a community

Moalboal

My Sea – My Home

For generations to come

School Projects

Environmental awareness

Create a community

Moalboal

My Sea – My Home

For generations to come

School Projects

Environmental awareness

Create a community

Every year, Basdiot Elementary School in Moalboal, Philippines, hosts an event called ‘Moalboal: My Sea – My Home’, teaming up with diving experts, local spots, and the folks at Savedra Dive Center.

Every year, they dive deep (pun intended) into teaching kids about their local sea life and the plastic pollution problem. There’s a poster contest and the winners get to try out scuba diving. After diving in, these kids are all smiles and stories about the fishy friends they met underwater.

For generations to come

Educating kids about ocean debris is vital. It raises environmental awareness, fostering informed decisions and responsible actions. Children, our future stewards, develop a sense of responsibility for the Earth, shaping a caring generation. They grasp the global impact of ocean debris, realizing their role in a collective solution. Disrupting delicate marine ecosystems, debris harms marine life and even affects communities relying on oceans. Teaching the 3 R’s—reduce, reuse, recycle—establishes lasting sustainable habits. Empathy grows as kids learn about animal suffering, motivating positive change. They influence adults, driving eco-friendly practices. Education sparks a proactive stance, preventing debris through responsible waste management. Equipped with knowledge, kids devise innovative long-term solutions, ensuring ocean beauty endures for generations.

For generations to come

Educating kids about ocean debris is vital. It raises environmental awareness, fostering informed decisions and responsible actions. Children, our future stewards, develop a sense of responsibility for the Earth, shaping a caring generation. They grasp the global impact of ocean debris, realizing their role in a collective solution. Disrupting delicate marine ecosystems, debris harms marine life and even affects communities relying on oceans. Teaching the 3 R’s—reduce, reuse, recycle—establishes lasting sustainable habits. Empathy grows as kids learn about animal suffering, motivating positive change. They influence adults, driving eco-friendly practices. Education sparks a proactive stance, preventing debris through responsible waste management. Equipped with knowledge, kids devise innovative long-term solutions, ensuring ocean beauty endures for generations.

School Projects

For many years now, Savedra Dive center together with Cebu Fun Divers visit the Basdiot Elementary school. The mission is to create a feel of responsibility for the local environment – above and underwater, The kids are involved in school activities, like drawings, essays and group workshops, but as well in scuba diving action – Even a competition where numerous prizes could be won, such as Discover Scubas, Snorkeling gear, T-Shirts and even Open Water Courses.

School Projects

For many years now, Savedra Dive center together with Cebu Fun Divers visit the Basdiot Elementary school. The mission is to create a feel of responsibility for the local environment – above and underwater, The kids are involved in school activities, like drawings, essays and group workshops, but as well in scuba diving action – Even a competition where numerous prizes could be won, such as Discover Scubas, Snorkeling gear, T-Shirts and even Open Water Courses.

Environmental Awareness

Diving into the giant sardine ball of Moalboal

Living at the beach, right on the ocean sounds like a dream. And it is – it just comes with a big responsibility and awareness. Being part of a touristic scuba diving community means as well taking care of your workplace. Regular beach clean-ups, collecting the reef threatening crown of thorns starfish, for example belongs to your responsabilities.

Environmental Awareness

Living at the beach, right on the ocean sounds like a dream. And it is – it just comes with a big responsibility and awareness. Being part of a touristic scuba diving community means as well taking care of your workplace. Regular beach clean-ups, collecting the reef threatening crown of thorns starfish, for example belongs to your responsabilities.

Diving into the giant sardine ball of Moalboal

Create a community

Involve your local community – everyone can help! Beach clean-ups are actually a lot of fun. Even guests are participating underwater or above the surface. Local police, the coast guard, the neighbours, the dive centers around you, the schools, the Basket-Ball team and many more can turn this so important activty to an amazing day.

Create a community

Involve your local community – everyone can help! Beach clean-ups are actually a lot of fun. Even guests are participating underwater or above the surface. Local police, the coast guard, the neighbours, the dive centers around you, the schools, the Basket-Ball team and many more can turn this so important activty to an amazing day.