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Women (362)

  • 10
  • Nov

MEMBERS of the Pacific Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) ended their regional leadership and skills building training workshop in Honiara last Friday.

  • 05
  • Nov

WOMEN’S Rights Action Movement (WRAM) in partnership with Vois Blong Mere Solomon islands will organise a one day workshop and forum on the Family Protection Act today.

  • 05
  • Nov

A ONE session to encourage mothers to prepare a balance diet for their families each meal was conducted on Tuesday at Kobito South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) church, East Honiara.

  • 04
  • Nov

A Pacific Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) regional leadership and skills building training workshop is currently underway in Honiara.

  • 02
  • Nov

THE exciting European Union funded Women’s Theatre Company, Stages of Change, opened their week-long tour of Malaita with an action-packed performance at Auki Market, last Thursday.

  • 02
  • Nov

WOMEN throughout Malaita Province should vote for candidates who have a heart and vision for change.

  • 28
  • Oct

The Women Friendly Spaces (WFS) program set up by World Vision Solomon Islands (WVSI) following the April 3 floods is providing an opportunity for elder women in Guadalcanal Plains to transfer indigenous skills and knowledge to younger women and is a place where new friendships are formed.

  • 24
  • Oct

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea:  The U.S. Embassy is encouraging people in Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu to nominate exceptional women for U.S. Secretary of State’s International Woman of Courage Award.  This award honors women who are making history in their countries and communities.  The U.S. Embassy encourages nominations of awesome women who have worked to better their societies, fight discrimination or strife, resolve conflicts, as well as those who have taken risks to run for office or break down barriers in order to promote positive change. 

  • 24
  • Oct

HEALTH authorities says about half of the women being diagnosed with breast disease in the country decline to have their breasts removed.

  • 24
  • Oct

After months of training the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SWIBA) will host its Meres Market on the 29th, 30 and 31st of October next week at the National Art Gallery grounds .

  • 24
  • Oct

A machine to detect and diagnose of breast disease was officially handed over to the National Referral Hospital (NHR) yesterday.

  • 22
  • Oct

A group of Solomon women are collecting strapping and wrappings to turn them to good use.

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