Project 11: Mangroves Plantation

Our project aims to promote environmental sustainability and community resilience by planting mangroves along the beaches of Karachi, aligning with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 13 (Climate Action), 15 (Life on Land), and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals). By partnering with the World Wide Federation (WWF), we endeavor to create a safer environment for coastal communities, mitigate the impact of water-related disasters, and enhance the natural beauty of our beaches.

Project Activities

  1. Partnership Establishment: Collaborated with WWF to acquire discounted mangroves and received their acknowledgment and assistance.
  2. Plantation Efforts: Conducted mangrove plantation along Karachi’s beaches to shield communities from water-related hazards such as storms, floods, and tsunamis.
  3. Environmental Awareness: Raised awareness about mangroves’ importance in preventing disasters and maintaining a healthy environment. Educated the public about the role of mangroves in carbon sequestration and biodiversity conservation.
  4. Community Engagement: Engaged local residents in plantation activities, organizing events to promote environmental stewardship.
  5. Monitoring and Maintenance: Implemented mechanisms to track mangrove growth and conducted regular maintenance for ecosystem sustainability.


Our mangrove planting initiative directly benefits coastal communities, particularly those residing near beaches, who are most vulnerable to water-related disasters. By planting mangroves, we proactively mitigate the risk of flooding and other water-related calamities, ensuring community safety. Additionally, mangroves play a vital role in carbon sequestration, absorbing and storing significantly more carbon than trees, thus contributing to a healthier environment. Furthermore, mangroves support diverse ecosystems, providing habitats for over 1,500 plant and animal species, including fish and birds, thereby enriching biodiversity and promoting the overall well-being of marine life.