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The Government of Vanuatu is deeply committed to the effective management and conservation of turtles, aligning its efforts with global initiatives aimed at preventing the extinction of these migratory marine species. Recognizing their ecological significance, Vanuatu actively promotes sustainable turtle tourism practices.

Recently, a Turtle Tourism Workshop was held in Port Vila, Vanuatu, bringing together stakeholders from across the Pacific region. This event was part of a larger initiative involving 30 focused activities taking place across 11 Pacific Island countries, addressing critical issues concerning coastal and marine biodiversity, as well as ecosystem-based responses to climate change adaptation.

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