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Save the Children

It has been a very motivating and refreshing experience to work shoulder to shoulder with GVI.

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Fiji Red Cross

Red Cross would like to thank the GVI Water Security Project for reaching out to help communities where they are most vulnerable and where it matters most.

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SANParks

We choose GVI to help us run our volunteer program due to their field structure and excellent reputation.

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Divers Alert Network (DAN)

Simply put, Global Vision International provides exceptional dive training and the opportunity to use that training while supporting conservation initiatives. I have never met divers that are as competent, knowledgeable and safe as the staff at GVI.

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PADI

GVI is formally recognised as high quality dive training establishment.

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WYSTC

GVI Fiji employs a holistic approach to community support and development integrating local youth and international volunteer led programs to promote sustainable village infrastructure, educational enrichment, and environmentally conscious resource use.

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Ministry of Environment (MINAE)

With GVIs help, it’s easier to achieve Tortuguero’s National Park goals.

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Panthera

Our association with GVI has been a win-win situation. Their data gathering using volunteers from all around the world is of great value.

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Amigos de Sian Ka'an

The information provided by GVI contributes to the reserve’s management plan and the decision’s taking regarding politics on the ecosystem use.

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Seychelles National Parks Authority (SNPA)

GVI have been collecting high quality data within the Baie Ternay Marine Protected Area for almost ten years, including fish and invertebrates’ diversity and density, coral recruitment density and fish surveys as indicators of reef health.

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