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Malizia Mangrove Park

In the Malizia Mangrove Park in the southern Philippines, one million mangroves are being planted to combat the effects of climate change.

Supported since 2021


Boris Herrmann, one of the world's best ocean racing yachtsmen, the Mama Earth Foundation in the Philippines and the founder of the Meaalofa Foundation, Andreas Mueller-Hermann, launched the Malizia Mangrove Park project in 2020. The aim is to plant one million mangroves in the bay of Mati in the south of Mindanao, the southernmost island in the Philippines. The project has since developed very well and almost 820,000 mangrove trees have already been planted (as of December 1, 2023).


Boris Herrmann and his team Malizia promote this project. The Mama Earth Foundation is on site, organizing all the actions in the Philippines and involving local residents and the local university. The Meaalofa Foundation helps coordinate the various partners and sponsors and covers the cost of the promotional material.


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Photos from the Malizia Mangrove Park

Further links to the Malizia Mangrove Park


Donate mangroves

Individuals and companies can donate the mangroves ​ to be planted on the Philippine coast.  

To the website of the Malizia Mangrove Park


More about the Mama Earth Foundation

Our friends from the Mama Earth Foundation focus on reforestation while helping the local people.  


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News from the Malizia Mangrove Park

Donation for Malizia Mangrove Park

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