The shift towards Social Entrepreneurship, emerged gradually; but saw its inception after our first projects in Sudan (2005). When faced with the reality of truth, and witnessing first hand the impacts, we have as marine tourism entrepreneurs on the Oceans. Over the years, as our idealism and concern for the aquatic environment grew; the resources and devotion to our ideals, also grew proportionately. 2022... the transformation to social entrepreneurship is now complete, with the implementation of #OPREDSEA.

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ACTIVISM

Socially Environmentally Responsible Entrepreneurship.

OCEANROAMERS started dedicating itself to social entrepreneurship, from 2005 onwards. Over the years, as our idealism and concern for the aquatic environment grew; the resources and devotion to our ideals, also grew proportionately. From working pro bono for marine environmental projects, to creating our own; in the meantime our company mission and motto has shifted us towards more than 2/3rds of our resources being dedicated to activism.

OCEANROAMERS Develops, leads and coordinates, dedicated teams, of partners and volunteers worldwide; cooperating on the following projects:

Development: TheOceanRoamer
Management: OCEANROAMERS - RSMA | ERC
Partner(s): IADP | GOBLU3

Marine Biodiversity Restoration logo"Rising sea temperatures and seasonal temperature spikes, are threatening the more fragile coral types of Sudan's pristine shore lines. What was a once or twice in a decade occurrence, has now turned into a deadly yearly event, of bleaching and algae blooms. During these bleaching event temperatures, can top 34°C (93.2°F)". 

"Saving the Past and Future of Sudan's Red Sea Aquaculture."

Classification: Biodiversity Restoration - Monitoring
Type: Non Profit Project
Current Status: P1 Research

Development: TheOceanRoamer
Management: Red Sea University | OCEANROAMERS
Partner(s): IADP | GOBLU3

The Red Sea University's, Faculty of Marine Sciences & Fisheries; is the pillar of marine education, and scientific research in the wider region. Underfunded over the last 3 decades the facilities are in disrepair. The members of the faculty, do their utmost best, to make ends meet; however international support is direly needed, in the form of consulting, coaching, management, last but not least financial help.

"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire."

Classification: Marine Education & Experimental Research
Type: Education | Scientific Research
Current Status: P1 Essentials

Development: TheOceanRoamer
Management: OCEANROAMERS
Partner(s): IADP

"The International Association of Dive Professionals aims to unite, create a positive impact on the environment and restore balance. Ultimately aiming for recognition of trade, participation in the decision-making and creating a safe, long term profitable and safe environment for its members, regardless of which sector they are operating in."

"Vis Unita Fortior - Strength United is Stronger"

Classification: Professional Association
Type: Non Profit Organization
Current Status: P2 Deployment

Development: TheOceanRoamer
Management: Prof. Sheikheldin El Amin | RSMA | OCEANROAMERS
Partner(s): IADP | GOBLU3

Protecting the Sudanese Marine Park Reefs, of further destruction, due to unsustainable mooring practices, by visiting vessels. But also protecting other popular reefs outside of the parks, such as Shaab Rumi Atoll, a historical site for divers around the world.

"2022, the year we stopped  destroying, the reefs of Sudan."

Classification: Marine Conservation
Type: Non Profit Project
Current Status: P1 Development

Development: TheOceanRoamer
Management: OCEANROAMERS
Partner(s): IADP

Turning back to the sea means getting more people excited about what our coastal regions have to offer, and growing a new generation of innovative coastal and marine businesses. GOBLU3 puts people in control so they can shape local priorities, value their greatest assets, and vitalize their shorelines.

"Somewhere along the way, we lost something very important. Our belief in the Sea, as a source of prosperity."

Classification: Sustainable Management of Marine Resources
Type: Non Profit Project
Current Status: P1 Development