MMGB’s membership grows

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Mai-Maasina Green Belt’s endeavour to save biodiversity in the southern region of Malaita province is gaining momentum. The local and green organisation continues to receive overwhelming support of membership from tribal conservation groups in the region. (Pictured) Secretary of MMGB, Mr Andrew Taraha (left) welcomes the Interim chairman of the newly shaped Nasi Tribal Land Conservation, Mr Vahid Namo (right) as a new member to MMGB. The organization is glad to welcome Nasi Conservation as its member to work together on conservation initiative in Are Are, Malaita province.
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BY SAMIE WAIKORI

AUKI

MAI-MAASINA Green Belt’s (MMGB) endeavour to save biodiversity in the southern region of Malaita province is gaining momentum.

An executive member of MMGB, Mr Flex Naitoro said at the moment the organisation has up to 28 conservation group members.

Recently, the organisation welcomed Nasi and Ohena Tribal Land conservations as new members.

Secretary of MMGB, Mr Andrew Taraha in a post congratulated Nasi tribal land conservation in ward 25 of West Are Are in Malaita province for the initiative and becoming a member of MMGB.

“Thank you so much for becoming a member of this body (MMGB) as we strive to protect the remaining forest on Malaita,” he said.

Naitoro told this paper yesterday that MMGB continues to receive new members and the organisation appreciates members’ interests of cooperation to conserve the biodiversity on the island of Malaita.

He said MMGB’s members are from both east and west Are Are and east and east Kwaio.

Naitoro said MMGB is thankful that people/resource owners are starting to see the importance of animals and plants and the imperative need to collaborate and care for them.

He reiterated that it’s a boost for the conservation initiative in Malaita province and MMGB is willing to work with interested groups in the province on this conservation initiative.


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