Applied Geoscience and Technology Division (SOPAC) of SPC
Disaster management - Risks - Marshall Islands - Oceania
Disaster - Natural hazards - Management - Marshall Islands
The Marshall Islands is a relatively small country of about 70 square miles in land area spread over an expanse of ocean of more than 700 square miles. As such we are vulnerable to a range of natural and human-induced hazards perhaps more so than our larger island neighbours in other parts of the Pacific. Recognising the vulnerable nature of our country we have embarked on this endeavour to identify risk reduction and disaster management measures and activities that will help to make our country a better place to live and our people more safe and secure.
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