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Zanzibar workshop on Fundo Island with the Coral Communities team and Mwambao Coastal Community Network. Using a Cornish waterproof basket (created by Geraldine Jones in Cornwall) the community were asked to collect water to symbolise their future - they first carried out Wudu - the theme of religion emerged from thinking about the future in this way. Photograph Mark Bryant.
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in Coral Communities,
28 September 2017
Partners from the ‘Coral Communities’ project visited the community of Fundo Island – located off the west coast of Pemba Island, in the Zanzibar Archipelago of Tanzania – to investigate their relationship with socio-ecological resilience, through the lenses of participatory exercises.
Read more about the ‘Coral Communities’ Project: pml.ac.uk/Research/Projects/Coral_Communities