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Women (370)

  • 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.

  • 20
  • Oct

Joining the highly trained team is a rewarding experience

  • 15
  • Oct

Australia has reaffirmed its ongoing support to rural Solomon Islands women.

  • 13
  • Oct

Women of east Malaita learn about gender equality for the first time when a workshop on the issue was conducted last week at Fera’ambu Bible School.

  • 01
  • 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.

  • 30
  • Sep

The South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) women’s fellowship from the central church in Honiara celebrated their 50 years of golden jubilee over the weekend.

  • 28
  • Sep

The Jorio Java Dovele Women’s Association Credit saving scheme last week was boosted after their outgoing MP made his last (livihood funds) from Former MP North Vela Lavella Mr. Milner Tozaka.

  • 28
  • Sep

WOMEN’S rights in Solomon Islands will be under the microscope in October at the 59th session of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women in Geneva and government representatives and civil society organisations are preparing at a four-day session in Honiara.

  • 23
  • Sep

A THREE days workshop on gender based violence (GBV) for nurses, Church women’s group leaders and chiefs from communities around Auki kicks off yesterday.