atolls of the RMI have small freshwater lenses and access to this water
is limited. Currently on the main island
of Majuro, the government
is only able to supply water one day a week, the rest of the time the
inhabitants have to fend for themselves. They do this by using stored
drinking and well water for non potable needs.
minute film includes interviews with people from government departments
responsible for supplying and monitoring water quality and a series of
interviews with members of the public discussing some of the hardships
face in getting their daily water supply.
produced by the Marshall Islands Conservation Society, in partnership
Computer Solutions – RMI. The video was made with the help and support
from the Kora in Okrane (KIO) Club, Women United Together Marshall
(WUTMI), Economic Policy, Planning and Statistics Office (EPPSO), the
Environment Protection Agency (EPA), College of the Marshal Islands
Grant, the Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission (SOPAC), the
Union (EU) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).