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Marshall Islands

As young people across the planet march on cities to demand action, those in territories already suffering the dire impact of environmental catastrophe add their voices to calls for…

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What do the Marshall Islands and Bangladesh have in common? Not much one could argue, since the small island – or big ocean – state has only 74,500 inhabitants…

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The United Nations continues to let politics cloud its judgement and is failing to prevent tragedies, the President of the Marshall Islands says. Hilda Heine addressed the UN Human…

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The Marshall Islands is literally struggling to stay above water but its President Hilda Heine told Reuters she had saved her breath rather than try to persuade U.S. President…

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It’s called “The Runit Dome,” but locals call it “The Tomb.” In the 1970s, the United States built the huge concrete structure in the Marshall Islands to house nuclear…

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Today we’d like to introduce you to our Okeanos Marshall Islands captain Elmi Juonran. Captain Elmi was trained by Alson Kelen through the Waan Aelõñ in Majel (Canoes of…

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A new coalition of female leaders in the Pacific is kicking off its first conference in the Marshall Islands today. The Pacific Women Leaders’ Coalition Conference is being held…

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For more than 2000 years, Pacific Islanders have upheld a rich history of culture and traditions deeply rooted in deep sea voyaging and navigation despite the thousands of blue…

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Okeanos Marshall Islands prepares for the holidays! The crew loads up the Vaka Motu  for its next sail with supplies for the Marshall Islands community. After arriving from Ebeye during…

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Ebeye community has always been extremely limited with supply of local crops and goods. Therefore, Okeanos Marshall Islands (OMI) and MISCO Market join forces in a pilot initiative to…

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