Tag Archives: Marshall Islands

According to watchtutorials, the population of Marshall Islands is estimated to be around 55,000 people. The majority of the population is Micronesian, with a small minority of Polynesian and other ethnicities. The largest city in the Marshall Islands is Majuro, which makes up over half of the total population. The other major cities are Ebeye and Kwajalein. The population density of the islands is quite low, with only about 70 people per square mile. This low density has allowed for some unique ecosystems to develop on the islands, such as mangrove forests and coral reefs. Despite its low density, the population of Marshall Islands is growing at a rate of 1% each year due to high birth rates and immigration from neighboring countries such as Kiribati and Nauru. The main religion practiced on the islands is Christianity, although traditional Marshallese beliefs are still observed in some areas. Education levels are relatively high compared to other Pacific nations; however there are still challenges facing educational access in rural areas where resources may be more limited than in urban centers. See itypetravel for Marshall Islands Population and Language.

Marshall Islands Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Marshall Islands: Political System According to DISEASESLEARNING.COM, the Marshall Islands are a republic in free association with the United States, which is responsible for defense. According to Western European understanding, the form of government is a mixed parliamentary-presidential system. The offices of the head of state and the head of government are united in the… Read More »

How to get to Marshall Islands

Overview The Marshall Islands is a remote nation of scattered islands and atolls best known for their underwater wildlife and diving spots. Many of the atolls are covered with exotic flowers such as jasmine and plumeria and are surrounded by at least 160 different species of coral. The uninhabited atolls are known for their coconut… Read More »