Coastal Oceans Research and Development - Indian Ocean (CORDIO East Africa)
1999 as Coastal Oceans Research and Development in the Indian Ocean (CORDIO), following the El-Niño related mass bleaching and mortality of corals in the Indian Ocean, 1998. CORDIO East Africa formally registered under Kenyan law, 2003. Since Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004, also covered Andaman Sea, and since 2007 also Red Sea/Gulf of Aden and South Asia. Main focus now on Western Indian Ocean (East and Southern Africa).
Generate and share scientifically sound knowledge and develop solutions to problems and challenges facing coastal and marine environments and people in the Western Indian Ocean.
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