Tuvalu, midway between Hawaii and Australia, was an important military base that played host to military forces during World War 2. Today, it has close relations with Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom and the European Union. Nanumea, Motulalo, Funafuti Atoll, and Fongafale all have historic and architectural evidence of the island's rich history. Funafuti Atoll is also home to a conservation area that Tuvalu has set aside to protect its oceanic, reef, nesting areas and lagoon marine life. Measuring 33km/sq, the conservation area is managed by the people of Tuvalu. Australia and New Zealand continue to contribute capital to the Tuvalu Trust Fund which was developed in 1987 for development assistance and has grown to approximately $100 million today.
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