Iakwe and Welcome to Marshall Islands
The Marshall Islands, officially the Republic of the Marshall Islands (Marshallese: Aolepan Aorokin Majel) are an islands country and a United Sate Micronesia. The Country's population of 53,158 people is spread out over 29 coral atolls. Comprising 1,156 individual islands and islets.
The Marshall islands form a nation of scattered atolls and remote islands, which are know for our best marine life and diving opportunities. Many of our atolls are dotted with Flame of the Forest, hibiscus and different-colored plumeria flowers. There are also at lease 160 species of coral surrounding the islands. The atolls are noted for their coconuts and papaya plantations and for pendants and breadfruit trees.
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Miss Marshall Islands
Miss Marshall Islands Contestants 2023
Miss Marshall Islands Contestants 2019
The purpose of the “Miss Marshall Islands” Pageant serves to recognize and promote the attributes, intelligence and talents of young Marshallese women. Inspired by regional pageants such as the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant, the “Miss Marshall Islands” Pageant will empower our young women to build self-confidence, becoming role models and be a voice to affect positive change within their community. The pageant can be viewed as a tool to instill and develop characteristics such as leadership skills, self-confidence, poise and strong public speaking skills, to name a few. It is the vision of the Pageant that a young woman between the ages of 17 to 26 is selected from each respective Atoll to participate in the local competition to determine which Atoll will represent the Marshall Islands in the Miss Pacific Islands Pageant. The “Miss Marshall Islands” Pageant will place high priority on the importance of getting involved within the local community and giving back through volunteer work, fundraising and advocating a platform or social issue. The winning contestant will be the public figure for the Marshall Islands both on the domestic and international stage, providing an opportunity to create worldwide awareness under Marshall Islands ‘Be Marshallese, Buy Marshallese’ Campaign, prompting interests in Marshall Islands tourism, cultural heritage and investment opportunities.
A collaborative initiative by The Office of the President, Ministry of Natural Resources & Commerce (NRC), Office of Commerce, Investment & Tourism (OCIT), Kora in Okrane (KIO) and Mejedrik.
Miss Marshall Islands 2023
Claret Chong Gum
Miss Marshall Islands 2019
One Island One Product
One Island, One Product is an initiative aimed at highlighting the creativity, talents, and community resources of each island. Originally, this was intended to encourage each of the Marshall Islands' 24 atolls to produce distinctive products that could serve as a source of island pride. The objective is not only to develop souvenirs for tourists but also to develop local specialty products that are not only popular locally but also on the global market. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Commerce (MNRC) trade unit is primarily responsible for this development.
Are you aware? For the first time, this initiative was incorporated into the Miss Marshall Islands 2023 pageant.
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Each of the 24 atolls in the Marshall Islands carries its own assortment of distinctive goods and products.
This initiative was incorporated into the Miss Marshall Islands 2023 pageant. Below, you'll find images of each contestant proudly showcasing their island products.
Retailers without Establishment: $30
Retailers with Establishment: $40