MEMBERS of the Rokotanikeni women association of Kiu and Uhu in South Malaita have undergone a training on small piggery management.
MEMBERS of the Young Women Parliamentary Group (YWPG)are hoping to make an impact in their various workplaces and communities after a three-day Transformational Leadership (TL) Seminar in Honiara this week.
LAST week two of our young women advocates were part of an international conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 16-19 May.
How a mother earns her income
A female doing men’s job in a warehouse is a thing of the past for 23-year-old, young and plucky Phyllis Entrikin.
World Vision Solomon Islands (WVSI) is standing behind this year’s International Women’s Day, which calls on the international community to “Pledge for Parity” and increase equality for all women.
Events marking International Women’s Day will start today in Honiara with a church service at the Rhema Family Church.
THE Young Women’s Parliamentary Group congratulates Dorothy Ngaro for being the only female candidate amongst six male contestants, who contested the Vuhokesa ward Honiara City by-election this week.
Another female Solomon Islander obtains her doctoral degree
A small survey carried out by a 24-hour canteen at Gilbert Camp water pump, East Honiara has found that most women of the area always go for Solomon Blue canned (taiyo) product.
A shop keeping job is the least many young people would think of end up doing.
UNITED Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with Bank South Pacific (BSP) yesterday started a Training of Trainers (TOT) under the Market for Change (M4C) project.
Ministry prepares for women’s day
Women thank Chiefs
Malaita thanks Hearts of Hope
SIWIBA acknowledges Gala night sponsors