The Last Islanders

UNICEF

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For over twenty years people on the Cartaret Islands have been fighting a battle against climate-related sea level rise.

The islanders have been building seawalls and planting mangroves to hold back the rising tides but, they say, it is a losing battle against the inevitable. Most believe one day everyone will have to leave. This short video was produced to catch a glimpse of life on this tiny, remote atoll in the Pacific and the hardships children face.

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The beautiful island is still home to many and they are proud of their heritage. But many of the islanders feel we might be seeing among the last generations to be brought up here.

Work Three

UNDP

From Ripples to Waves

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Work Three

UNICEF

Beckham picked me!

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