In par with the vision of Splash Maldives, Splash Cares was established to attend socio-environmental issues and contribute towards positive change by liaising with existing non-profit communities.
Our efforts lie in educating and engaging the youth about the vulnerabilities of our islands and the impact of climate change on our nation and the globe.
Topics addressed by splashcares include but are not limited to coral mining, soil erosion, global warming, climate change.
Social issues often highlighted are child abandoncy, healthcare and pre mature pregnancy.
The Manta Trust takes a multidisciplinary approach to the worldwide conservation of manta rays and their habitat through robust science and research, while raising awareness and providing education to the general public and community stakeholders alike.
The Maldives Whale Shark Research Programme has a simple mission statement: ‘To conduct whale shark research and foster community-focused conservation initiatives throughout the Maldives’.
Care Society came into existence on 9th November 1998 in order to serve the vulnerable. Care Society mainly caters the differently abled communities in Maldives.
Since its inception in 1988, the Society for Health Education (SHE) continues to explore means to enhance the living standards of Maldivian families.
Protect the Maldives is a non-profit organization which aims to make tourism more environmental friendly and ecologically sustainable by educating tourists about the vulnerabilities of the nation.
Marine Savers is a joint venture formed with Sea Marc to work on coral propagation, turtle conservation and fish breeding programmes.