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View of Namenalala Island at the heart of Namena Marine Reserve, Fiji
Stacy Jupiter (Marine Photobank)
The Namena Marine Reserve encompasses the entire barrier reef around Namena Island, Fiji, and is part of a larger network of marine protected areas set aside by managed by 10 village chiefs, making up the District of Kubulau. The reserve and associated protected areas are considered areas of sea where customary native fishing rights exist, termed “qoliqoli” in everyday Fijian language.