Marshall Islands National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)

RMI

NDMO

Marshall Islands National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)

RMI

NDMO

Marshall Islands National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)

RMI

NDMO

Marshall Islands National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)

RMI

NDMO

Marshall Islands National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)

RMI

NDMO

Republic of the Marshall Islands

Marshall Islands National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)National Disaster Management Office

A safer and more resilient nation and communities

Our Mandate

The NDMO is responsible to the Chief Secretary for the identification, development, and implementation of disaster management programs, and for the maintenance, testing, and review of disaster management plans and operational procedures used within RMI.

MAJURO ATOLL EMERGENCY NUMBERS

If you are in need of urgent assistance please phone one of the emergency services listed here.

Majuro Hospital COVID19 Hotline:

625-3632

Email: COVID19@rmihealth.org

Police

625-3233

Ambulance

625-4144

KWAJALEIN ATOLL EMERGENCY NUMBERS

If you are in need of urgent assistance please phone one of the emergency services listed here.

Police

329-6911

Ambulance

329-9911

Announcements

July 3rd 2020 Latest Travel Advisory

July 3, 2020

EX Gratia Update

July 3, 2020

In July 1st 2020 UPDATES the Ex Gratia Fund for stranded residents abroad due to COVID 19. Read more by clicking the link below!

 

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New Page Alert: Stranded Citizens Abroad

May 15, 2020

                                                                           

 

The RMI Cabinet approved the Ex Gratia Fund for stranded residents abroad due to COVID 19. Read more by clicking the link below!

 

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Featured Story: Drought Mitigation for Northern Islands 2020

May 4, 2020

                                                                           

 

RO Maintenance with IOM

(photo: IOM Majuro)

February and March 2020, the National Weather Services Office began issuing drought statements for the Northern most Atolls of the RMI. April 30 2020, the first team set out to Maloelap Atoll to do drought assessments as well as  do RO maintenance on the machines already there. Kennedy Glanry, the NDMOs Disaster Control Officer commenced working on the Drought Mitigation Plan with approval of 50K from the RMI Government.
 

US Embassy, MWSC, and IOM with portable ROs

(photo: IOM Majuro)

 

Steve Enoch from IOM ready to head to Drought Affected Neighboring Islands

(phot0: IOM MAjuro)

 

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Weather Radar

Use the interactive map below to view current and forecast weather for your location.

Click (or tap) the name of your locality for more detailed information – this includes temperature, rainfall and wind. You can also use the controls at the top-right of the map to zoom in and out, and browse different weather radar layers.