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Sea Shepherd will ensure this new network stays functional in the coming years. Where needed we will conduct maintenance and replace parts.

This project wouldn’t have been possible without the help of:

- ECWF (www.ECWF.org) from the Netherlands, who generously donated the equipment

- Marcel Wensveen the radio technician from the Netherlands who donated much of his time and a lot of his personal funds installing and preparing the equipment

- LUSH (www.lush.com) who sponsored the project

- Malena Garcia, our Galapagos Coordinator, who got the donation through Ecuadorian customs in record time and whose patience is exemplary dealing with bureaucracy

 

PHOTOS

Captain Alex Cornelissen thanks the Ecuadorian police for the cooperation in this project
Captain Alex Cornelissen thanks the Ecuadorian
police for the cooperation in this project

Colonel Almeida and Captain Cornelissen sign the donation paper
Colonel Almeida and Captain Cornelissen
sign the donation papers

The moment of acceptance of the equipment
The moment of acceptance of the equipment

Captain Barriga and Lieutenant Maldonado flank our Sea Shepherd staff members Marcel Wensveen and Malena Garcia
Captain Barriga and Lieutenant Maldonado flank our Sea Shepherd
staff members Marcel Wensveen and Malena Garcia

Heads of police in Galapagos and Sea Shepherd
Heads of police in Galapagos and Sea Shepherd

Marcel Wensveen giving some useful tips
Marcel Wensveen giving some useful tips

Sea Shepherd is as always part of law enforcement
Sea Shepherd is as always part of law enforcement

Some of the donated equipment
Some of the donated equipment

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