Women in the Northern region of Malaita province attended their first formal floral art training.
SINCE its inception in 2004, Solomon Islands Women in Business (SIWIBA) has always been a Honiara based association.
Police have highlighted a Rights Based approach in advancing gender equality and women’s empowerment during the launching of the Essential Services package last Thursday at the Mendana Hotel.
THE Young Women’s Parliamentary Group (YWPG) is again taking the lead in in advocating to end cervical cancer.
SINCE the late 1980s Soroptimist International Solomon Islands has been advocating for women.
NATIONAL Women Ministry of Christ (NWMC) of the Assembly of God (AOG) church successfully ended its four-day conference on Monday in Honiara.
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In the early hours on Tuesday morning, Catholic Mothers of Good Shepherd parish North East of Guadalcanal rose to the call for a procession with the image of the Blessed Mother Mary.
WITH the growing threat of cervical cancer to women in the country, a concerned young mother Marisa Pepa is urging women to go for regular cervical cancer tests.
Simbo for Change has achieved a major milestone by helping Simbo to become the first organically certified island in the Solomon Islands.
I promised to come back after completing my two years of study in Japan to help my beloved country Solomon Islands especially in the field of Tourism.
The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) members have undertaken a three-day Innovative Entrepreneurship for Women in Business in Honiara.
Cervical cancer a top killer
Tribute to a young leader
RDP supports Makira women’s ngali nut project
Camilla: women can be agents of change