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BY JOY OFASIA AGRICULTURE is one specific area where microfinance trainings or finance education has tailored itself to the needs of rural women farmers in the Solomon Islands. Nowadays, it has become a catalyst to help the rural women farmers in the country; and over time it has developed rural...
BY JOY OFASIA THE impact of the COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has had a positive and negative impact on the majority of businesses in the Solomon Islands. While the country has yet to confirm a case of the virus, there are many consequences already being felt in a...
BY JOY OFASIA GUADALCANAL Provincial Council of Women (GPCW) has held a day's financial literacy and skills management – capacity building training workshop for women in business in Visale, North West Guadalcanal. The event, held in collaboration with the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) – entrepreneurship project, was aimed at...
BY JOY OFASIA NOW and into the future, the people and businesses with devices or computers in the Solomon Islands will be connected to the Internet. With people, businesses, and things communicating, transacting, and even negotiating with each other, a new world comes into being - the world of digital...
BY JOY OFASIA “I loved cakes since I was a kid, my mum, aunties, and grandma were all bakers and growing up with them around, watching them bake and how they become successful motivated me,” Sharita Ole Sivita of Our Kitchen Home Catering said. “The reason I passionate baking cakes...
BY JOY OFASIA LAST year a new financial investment scheme - One Link Pacifica ignited a massive monetary shock wave particularly among the vast majority of local citizens in the country with unbelievable returns. Honiara resident, Lorissa Mani described the new investment scheme as an opportunity of a lifetime and a...

THE valuable art of shell money-making dates back for centuries in the Langalanga Lagoon – a Sub-Central region of Malaita Province in Solomon Islands. Traditionally, shell money is used for bride price and the traditional ceremonies but in the Honiara, these crafts are commercialized as pieces of jewelry and often...
BY JOY OFASIA LIVING in Honiara, Suzy Zyle commonly observes women and young aspiring artists creating jewelry from old scrap papers to newspapers. It was from their innovative and creative works that triggered her ambition to create jewelry from paper wastes. Now she earns a living from selling necklaces, bracelets, and...
BY JOY OFASIA IN 2017, Marilyn Samani from Guadalcanal province was introduced to the profitable worth of moringa from her friend who started a small-scale business of Moringa powder in the Philippines. After an initial test run earlier that year, Samani now produces and sells Moringa powder and oil for a...
THE warmth with which Christina Tony greets you and her mounting excitement as she describes a typical day in her 20 years of being a farmer vendor in Honiara, the capital of Solomon Islands, belies the backbreaking work that’s the foundation of her entrepreneurial trajectory. The 44-year old was married...