What is Medical Mission Medical Mission Trips is a collaborative project between Living Islands Non-Profit and the Village Church organization for highly skilled medical professionals interested in donating their time […]
Local Food Resilience (Pilot Program) A collaborative project between Living Islands Non-Profit and Lihn Mwoakilloa Inc. with funding from Pacific Peoples’ Partnership Like so many other small atolls in the […]
Pacific Islander communities are being hit especially hard by the pandemic. We are working with local community organizations and Health Centers to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations, food, resources, and information […]
The census determines where billions of dollars of government funding will go, to programs like education and healthcare, to communities like ours for a decade to come. Our communities and organizations […]
A Directory for the PI Community, a structured network between Businesses, NGOs, Local and Regional Government Entities, and our Communities, based on shared ownership among Pacific Islander Communities.
Analyzing the relationship between Marshallese cultural evolution and space: A study to develop culturally appropriate and resilient plans for sustainable land use practices and future resettlement schemes.
The first phase utilizes drone technology and photogrammetry software to create orthomosaics of small island settlements. This phase includes training of local stakeholders to operate drone equipment and manage data […]
David Anderson will be going back to Enewetak and Ujelang to reconnect with people he lived with, in the 1970'ies and take the same photos he took back then to document social changes as well as see how nature has reclaimed Ujelang since it's last human residents left.
Living Islands is starting a new program that aims to strengthen the Micronesian community network(s) in the Pacific Northwest and to empower the Micronesian population living here. Through this program, […]