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Marshall Islands

OMI received funds from Kora In Okrane – KIO‘s to conduct a week-long training course for KIO’s “Summer Brain Gain” Program. The Okeanos Marshall Islands crew was extremely honored…

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Nuclear activist, writer and poet Kathy Jetñil-Kijner from the Marshall Islands has launched her new poetry work which has a focus on nuclear weapons. Her newest poem, “Anointed” can be seen as…

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What looks like a regular lagoon in the photo above is actually a crater created by the Bravo bomb. And the tiny speck of a canoe is where our…

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Our walap (Vaka Motu) ‘Okeanos Marshall Islands’ and crew were gracefully received and welcomed by the Community of Naarmej Island in Jaluit Atoll as the walap beached and the crew…

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On February 10th, the traditionally designed, fossil fuel-free sailing canoe Okeanos Marshall Islands set sail for a two week voyage for the Nuclear Legacy/Marshallese Arts Project bringing much needed…

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All five inhabited islands in Maloelap Atoll reported experiencing food shortages for the past three months. Local food crops are slowly recovering from the recent drought, said Dustin Langidrik,…

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For the past weeks, I have joined the Okeanos Marshall Islands on their trips to Outer Islands supporting the local communities. My first sail in the Pacific was to…

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  Okeanos Marshall Islands, led by managing director Dustin LoMoki Langidrik, is serving the people of the outer islands with traditionally designed sustainable sea transportation. Okeanos Foundation is excited…

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  It’s been a busy summer for Okeanos Foundation for the Sea. Not only did Okeanos Foundation deliver two new vessels to Pacific communities in need of their own…

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