Mangrove planting was one of the world-wide voluntary activities which has played a major role in coastal protection. It has been considered one of the successful adaptation and mitigation measures to global issues of Climate change.
Kai-Atabwai community has step towards adopting affordable adaptation measure and has initiated to deliver one of the most environmentally friendly service by simply doing mangrove planting. Among the most registered communities on South Tarawa, Kai-Atabwai has volunteered to do mangrove planting for the first time this year.
With the greatest voluntary assistance of ECD officials, together they have planted 375 mangrove seedlings at Ananau Causeway around 11-12am on Saturday 13th May 2017.