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Marshall Islands

As the whole world is battling COVID-19, the Marshall Islands is still faced with a Dengue Fever outbreak that started on the atoll of Ebeye in July 2019, before…

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On 1 July 2020 the first Traditional Navigation Training Program offered by the College of Micronesia (COM-FSM) in collaboration with Okeanos Foundation started at the FSM-FMI campus in Yap,…

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Litokne Kabua, a young climate activist from the Marshall Islands, highlights the experience of small island communities living with the impacts of climate change. He implores world leaders to take action before it…

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The future of tourism in the ‘blue’ Pacific must be green, according to the head of South Pacific Tourism, Chris Cocker. Pacific economies are reeling from the impact of…

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As a new decade dawns much of the Pacific is grappling with major upheavals from climate and health crises to political disruption and self-determination struggles. RNZ Pacific’s Jamie Tahana…

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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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