Aid worker diary: Drought in the Marshall Islands

In early May, a drought disaster was declared across the northern outreaches of the Marshall Islands – a small nation of about 54,000 people spread across 1,200 islands, islets and atolls in the northern Pacific. The announcement followed months of little or no rain which saw limited fresh water supplies dwindle.

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