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Marshall Islands, Republic of the

5 January 2017

Humanitarian Diplomacy key for auxiliary relationship

Workshop uses problem-solving and group work to help Marshal Islands Red Cross identify its key advocacy priorities
Climate declaration recognizes the growing problems of changing weather in the Pacific
5 September 2013

Climate declaration recognizes the growing problems of changing weather in the Pacific

As the 44th Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) draws to a close in the Marshall Islands capital Majuro, The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) welcomes the commitment made in the ‘Majuro Declaration for climate leadership’.
Pumping water from the Pacific as drought lingers in the Marshall Islands
24 June 2013

Pumping water from the Pacific as drought lingers in the Marshall Islands

By Ika Koeck, IFRC As severe drought maintains its grip on the Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) has launched an Emergency Appeal to assist thousands of people facing hardship across the Pacific island nation. The RMI Government first declared a state of emergency in April following an extended dry spell. Now, the...

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