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IOM checks Ebeye’s ‘Covid pulse’

IOM checks Ebeye’s ‘Covid pulse’

The International Organization for Migration is nearly done with its Covid-19 Rapid Assessment Survey on Ebeye, which saw Ebeye and Majuro ground surveyors conducting door-to-door interviews around the small island. Each surveyor took an oath at the courthouse before deployment throughout Ebeye. And each surveyor team is equipped with a cellphone where data is inputted […]

Training for disaster fallout

Training for disaster fallout

HILARY HOSIA Close to 30 teachers and counselors from the Public School System on Ebeye completed the Psychological First Aid course offered by the International Organization for Migration with assistance from Youth to Youth in Health last week. According to facilitators, the training took one full day at the new Ebeye Public Elementary School. The […]

IOM marks 10 years in RMI

IOM marks 10 years in RMI

Friends, partners and dignitaries joined in celebration in honor of the International Organization for Migration’s 10 years of quality services to and partnership with the Marshall Islands. IOM hosted a brief get-together at Marshall Islands Resort this week, where fliers and posters of provided services were on display. Often-used equipment needed during disaster rescues were […]

MIMA gets down to business

The Marshall Islands Mayors Association launched its 28th annual conference Monday at the International Conference Center Of the 24 local governments assembled at the opening, four were a “no show.” They are: Wotho, Namdrik, Rongelap and Arno.The first week featured multiple speakers from different entities in the Majuro, including key donors from the Republic of […]

RMI uniqueness on display

RMI uniqueness on display

KELLY LORENNIJ A two-day film project on the internal migration of Marshallese youth highlighted culture, challenges, and solutions in the outer islands and atolls. A total of 12 participants from college and high school were recruited, with the help of CMI first-year and Ri-Majuro Molly Alik, for this International Office of Migration (IOM) and Okeanos […]

RMI focusing on trafficking

RMI focusing on trafficking

Acting President Mattlan Zackhras congratulated 26 participants from police and law enforcement agencies who completed a week-long human trafficking training January 20. The training aimed to strengthen capacity in identifying and assisting victims of human trafficking and prosecuting perpetrators. In remarks to the closing ceremony, Zackhras emphasized the commitment of the RMI government to fight […]

Food delivered to dry islands

Food delivered to dry islands

Distribution of drought emergency supplemental food to the outer islands starts this week, with the MV Kwajalein being loaded at Uliga Dock for a Thursday departure to 10 atolls and two single islands. A total of 4,747 people living on remote islands will receive supplemental food supplies paid for by the US Agency for International […]