International Blue Haven: Sustainable Crab Reserve for Ocean Conservation SDGs14 Life below water

Center for International Affairs (CIA) at Walailak University led international students to participate in constructing fish houses to conserve coastal and marine resources, last Saturday, as part of the university’s academic services.

The students were led to the Blue Crab Bank and Coastal Fisheries Learning Center in Ban Nai Thung Village, Tha Sala District, to construct fish houses using bamboo and coconut leaf midribs.

The project, initiated by the Center for Academic Services (CAS), aims to enhance the population of aquatic animals in marine and coastal conservation areas, improve the quality of community life, and facilitate student learning through collaborations with external networks, including governmental and private sectors.

It also aligns with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly Goal 14: Life Below Water.

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