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Men from Fumamato’o and nearby communities came together to fish when the open-and-close area was opened. Photo: WorldFish/Bira'au Wilson Saeni.
July 2, 2020

Communities along the coastline of Malaita Province have transformed degraded natural environments in recent years – and have improved their access to local foods as a consequence. People in this most populous province of Solomon Islands have depended for their livelihoods directly on what nature provides: roots, fruit from forest trees, and fish and other marine animals and plants. But these natural resources have been under increasing pressure.

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