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Women (362)

  • 24
  • Aug

After a busy morning speaking at a violence prevention forum and dealing with a batch of media interviews and countless handshakes, Fiji Women’s Crisis Centre coordinator Shamima Ali finally has a few hours to relax until her next meeting in the evening.

  • 19
  • Aug

About 40 members of the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) has successfully completed a one-week workshop on Piggery and Poultry training at the Dioceses of Guadalcanal Conference Room at All Saints Compound last week.

  • 18
  • Aug

SOME 500 women from the South Seas Evangelical Church (SSEC) from 34 local churches in Honiara ended a day of sporting activities successfully during the weekend.

  • 18
  • Aug

MORE than 400 women from South Choiseul have undergone two weeks of skills training on cloth dyeing and design and floral art.

  • 07
  • Aug

BREAST feeding a child beyond the age of two is normal and can be most helpful in the health and growth of a child.

  • 01
  • Aug

“EMPOWERMENT to women around our region is something I feel is very important because we have the lowest rate of female representation at the political decision making tables of the world. So that is concern for me and am sure it is concern for many people around the world.”

  • 29
  • Jul

CHAIRMAN of political parties commission Sir Paul Tovua says he welcome any assistance that can be organised to prepare women candidates for the upcoming general election.

  • 25
  • Jul

The United Democratic Party (UDP) has encouraged more women candidates to join them.

  • 24
  • Jul

WOMEN from Tuvaruhu, Titinge, Vura, Voice blo Mere, SWIBA, UN women and all Saints Parish are under-going community based development business training.

  • 20
  • Jul

A GROUP of women yesterday put smiles on the face of sick children at the National Referral Hospital with gifts.

  • 14
  • Jul

Prominent women-leaders from the Central-West region of Western province excelled to greater heights in knowledge and understanding of their roles and responsibilities in building and maintaining peace in the province, after attending a time-bound, extremely informative, emotional but fun, hope-filled and commitment-setting peace-building conference early last month.

  • 02
  • Jul

THE Gizo Environment Livelihood Conservation Association (GELCA) savings club has been applauded for its role to economically empower women.