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  • 11
  • Jun

The Mary Mazzarello Development Center in Henderson had a successful one dayon Human development and heath awareness on Tuesday at Henderson, East of Honiara.

  • 08
  • Jun

On 6th October, 2014, Dr. Jiko Luveni was elected as the Speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Fiji. Her appointment marked an important event, being the first female Speaker in the history of Fiji.

  • 28
  • May

The Women’s Leadership and Political Participation Regional Conference will be hosted in Honiara, from the 2nd to the 4th of June at the FFA Conference centre.

  • 28
  • May

Local non-government organization, Vois Blo Mere Solomon Islands gets the nod to involve in fight against gender violence in Solomon Islands.

  • 27
  • May

A women’s centre group at Koa Hill in the Vavaya ward has received assistance from their Councillor.

  • 27
  • May

A new agreement between Solomon Islands’ Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs (MWYCFA) and UN Women will see the two partners supporting the implementation of the country’s new Family Protection Act through the creation of a national resource group on gender equality and ending violence against women and girls, and support for frontline personnel responding to reports of domestic abuse or sexual violence.

  • 26
  • May

A group of Solomon Islands actors will take their message about peaceful homes to other parts of Melanesia this weekend.

  • 20
  • May

This could be the biggest mothers’ day gift ever for any mother in the country.

  • 13
  • May

A three-day business training on “Start and Grow Your Business” kicked off yesterday for SIWIBA members at the SIWIBA Business Development Center, Room 48, NPF Plaza.

  • 11
  • May

CAKE & Fashion Company Ltd on Saturday night celebrated mothers day as part of acknowledging its female customers.

  • 11
  • May

A FIVE days life skills training for women and girls organised by Green Tourism Solomon Islands Ltd starts this morning at Halavo village  in Ngella,Central Island Province.

  • 22
  • Apr

Market vendors from the Honiara Central Market Vendors’ Association (HCMVA) will work together to make the Honiara Central Market a safe, healthy and economically conducive workplace for all by strengthening communication with Market Management, representing market vendors’ needs and interests and identifying opportunities for market vendors to learn and develop new skills.

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