Network of Reporters

Eyes on the Horizon began as a liaison between coastal communities and the government. Mozambique has a coastline of 2,770 km and only two patrol vessels to look after it all. If the government doesn’t have the resources to look after all this precious and diverse land, then we call upon local stakeholders to look after their own stretch of coast.

Eyes on the Horizon has become more than that. We still connect with people keeping an Eye on the Horizon, however we now hope to convey more information back to the people to supply them with information about what is happening to their coasts and oceans. Whether this is news from the government, researchers or local school groups we aim to spread awareness through the action that occurs to protect planet ocean.

If you would like to become one of our reporters there are several ways you can help.

  1. If you see any illegal activities you can report exactly what you see into our database (provide link here)
  2. If you have interesting news pertaining to ocean conservation that you would like broadcast to our readership please send that in to
  3. If you would like to become a monthly supplier of information to our newsletter, including writing your own articles, as a volunteer of Eyes on the Horizon, please reply to