En EspaƱol
Coral Conservation Database
When you finish donating, please fill out this form for your complimentary


The Amiga Island Ecological Foundation (AIEF) was established in 2015 to protect, preserve, and enhance the marine environment in northern Haiti. Our offshore coral nurseries grow critically endangered Staghorn corals, which are re-planted onto vulnerable coral reefs to restore habitat and protect countless reef fish. Your support helps to safeguard local fish stocks, protect the livelihood of subsistence fishers and preserve marine biodiversity around Amiga Island in Haiti.


Coral reefs are the most diverse marine ecosystem. Millions of people worldwide rely on healthy reefs for their livelihoods, and they are critical for marine biodiversity. But they are in trouble. Climate change and human impacts threaten their survival. Coral Reef CPR are working to restore, research and rehabilitate
coral reefs through education, coral gardening and habitat restoration.


We are a nonprofit ocean conservation organization working to restore our coral reefs, educating others on
the importance of our oceans, and using science to further research and monitoring techniques. We are dedicated to creating offshore nurseries and restoration programs for threatened coral species. These
programs have allowed us to take the lead in innovative nursery and restoration techniques that are implemented worldwide.


Cozumel coral Reef Restoration Program was born in 2013 by Dr. German Mendez and some other biologists who have helped in restoring coral reefs using other species besides Acropora cervicornis and palmata. Also has the commitment of educational programs promoting the conservation of the coral reefs and the restoration of those reefs that have been affected by human activities and storms.


Oceanus, A.C. is a mexican NGO with more than 10 years of experience on coral reef conservation work, researching, monitoring, and restoring. Our coral restoration program has the goal of planting 10,000 coral colonies anually in 10 different sites each year. To date we have planted more than 35,000 colonies around the Gulf of Mexico and the Mexican Caribbean.


We are the University of Miami Rosenstiel School's citizen science project designed to support coral reef research and restoration activities to restore coral populations on local reefs. We provide a unique, hands-on experience in coral reef conservation in which community members have the opportunity to actively participate in our coral restoration efforts as citizen scientists. Our mission is to educate and engage the local community, increase scientific literacy in coastal and coral reef conservation, and foster ocean stewardship.