Republic of the Marshall Islands oceans and tides capacity report 2015
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Republic of the Marshall Islands oceans and tides capacity report 2015

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    The people of the Republic of the Marshall Islands have a very strong connection with the oceans and tides surrounding their country and the region. Being a country made up of atolls and low lying islands, the Marshallese place a high value on the marine environment for their livelihoods, customs, and way of life. The capacity to understand, develop and utilise oceans and tides information and services, exists on many levels in RMI. From communities and women’s groups, through to the Weather Service Office, the National Disaster Committee and the College of the Marshall Islands, many individuals and organisations have extensive capacity in understanding, sharing, and communicating information and knowledge about oceans and tides. Stakeholder engagement and communicating information is particularly extensive in the RMI, with many organisations continuingly working to find innovative ways to mobilise resources and to improve and expand outreach to communities and stakeholders in Majuro and the outer islands. The Coastal Management Advisory Council is a good vehicle for supporting this collaboration and for the organisations involved to use their knowledge and stakeholder engagement skills to tailor and share valuable information.
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    HAWAU-T-15-002
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